Democrats 'will take away your Second Amendment'

Democrats 'will take away your Second Amendment'

Democrats 'will take away your Second Amendment'

The President, who has been embroiled in controversies about allegations that he cheated on First Lady Melania Trump with a porn star and a former Playboy playmate, told the audience that "faith and family are at the center of American life".

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"I try like hell to hide that bald spot, folks". "It doesn't look bad". His speech at CPAC previous year was a blistering and dark diatribe that cemented the notion that Trump would not adhere to presidential norms.

"Hanging in" must be a reference to that viral image of the wind literally ripping Trump's hair from its seams.

On Friday, however, Trump declared himself firm in his support for gun ownership rights, despite his pledges this week to take some action on guns.

"We have a very crooked media".

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"He's the president, this should be about him", said Lisa Blankenship, a real estate agent from San Diego. The crowd began to chant their now infamous, "Lock her up!".

Trump responded by indicating that Democrats "committed a lot of atrocities". "Boy, have they done things that are wrong".

While the crowd present for the speech applauded and cheered, many on the left were not so pleased with the president's words.

But the president didn't mention the cancer-stricken senator by name. Pence continued, assuring the crowd that the administration is working to "take strong action to make our schools safe and to give law enforcement and our families the tools they need to deal with people struggling with unsafe mental illness".

McCain's daughter, Meghan, told POLITICO'S Women Rule podcast earlier this month that the president had called her past year to say he would back off from criticizing her father.

- Ana Navarro (@ananavarro) February 23, 2018 Trump condemns gun-free zones at CPAC.

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He suggested "maybe 10 percent or 20 percent of the population of teachers" should have concealed weapons.

The comments come as he has called for "hardened" schools with armed teachers to act as a deterrent and, if necessary, a last resort to fire back at shooters.

Trump reiterated that he's not talking about arming all teachers - only people who are "adept" at using firearms, such as ex-military personnel or policemen.

Trump said that past efforts to address school safety and gun violence had faded and "nothing ever gets done". The poem was recited by then-candidate Trump numerous times on the campaign trail as a way to back up his argument of keeping some immigrants out of the United States. "I want people coming into this country based on merit".

The White House has said Trump will soon lay out a package of school and gun safety proposals for Congress to consider. The song is about a woman finding a snake, taking it home, and being bitten by it later. "You know what? We can't let that happen".

Trump has recited the lyrics before, at a 2017 rally celebrating his first 100 days in office.

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