The Texas actor spoke at a press briefing Tuesday after meeting with President Joe Biden about the mass shootings.

Actor Matthew McCannaghi, a native of Uvalade, in his presence at the White House on Tuesday called for bilateral action on mental health reform, stricter gun laws and the consequences for those who violate gun laws.

McCannaghi did not take questions from reporters after his remarks, following an op-ed recently published in the Austin American-Statesman, in which he declared that "business is not functioning normally."

McCannaghi did not take questions from reporters after his remarks, following an op-ed recently published in the Austin American-Statesman, in which he declared that "business is not working normally."

McCannaghi flirted with the idea of ​​running for governor of Texas last year but later opted out, saying he wanted to focus on "creating a way to succeed in people's lives" instead.