This morning on “Starting Point with Soledad O’Brien,” is live at 7am Eastern. This morning, Soledad will talk with our panelists CNN senior political analyst Ron Brownstein, TheBlaze.com contributor Will Cain and Actor/Comedian John Fugelsang. Today’s stories include:

* French police surround suspect in Toulouse shootings

* Romney wins Illinois primary, gears up for Louisiana

* It’s Twitter’s 6th birthday!

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[Updated 8:36a] Rep. Corinne Brown (D-FL) says she wants to see an investigation into the Trayvon Martin proceed, but also wants to see George Zimmerman’s gun permit revoked. Also says Florida “Stand Your Ground” law needs to be reviewed. “America is better than this,” she says. “There’s something wrong with this picture.”

[Updated 7:40a] Rep. Peter King (R-NY) talks about the threat Iran poses to the world. He says “Iran can not be allowed to get a nuclear weapon.”

[Updated 7:40a] Rep. Steve Israel (D-NY) says Mitt Romney can’t seal the deal as GOP nominee because “there are many Mitt Romneys.”

[Updated 7:06a] Hogan Gidley, national communications director for Rick Santorum, says Illinois is a state tailor made for Mitt Romney…as it’s Obama’s home state.