Trump’s Controversial Message To The NRA

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( – On Friday, former President Trump vowed to members of the National Rifle Association (NRA) that if he is reelected in 2024 he would provide more Second Amendment protections.

During his keynote speech during an NRA event in Harrisburg, Pa., Trump claimed that he promised the people that no one is going to be touching their guns. He continued by saying that this is what he had done during his first term in the White House and that he would continue to uphold the words “‘shall not be infringed.’”

He added that every pledge he had made during his 2016 presidential campaign he had fulfilled during his time in office. He then pointed out that he had appointed almost 300 federal judges and 3 Supreme Court justices and that these people were warriors who interpreted the Constitution in the way that it was written.

Trump continued by highlighting the moves he had made in 2019 to remove the United States from the Arms Trade Treaty of the United Nations. He then noted that he had “canceled” former President Obama’s usage of the Social Security data which was part of approving the gun licenses.

During the event, he argued that everyone had the right to self-defense even when they stepped outside of their home’s front door. He continued by saying that on the first day of his second term in office, he would stop the war that President Biden had launched on gun owners. He added that what they were doing was “crazy.” 

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