Trump to NRA: We Must Arm Teachers

Trump to NRA: We Must Arm Teachers

Trump to NRA: We Must Arm Teachers

Trump is addressing the annual National Rifle Association convention Friday in Dallas.

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U.S. President Donald Trump speaks at a National Rifle Association (NRA) convention in Dallas, Texas, U.S. May 4, 2018.

Taking a break from the escalating pressures of the Russian Federation probe and the Stormy Daniels case, Trump returned to the NRA's annual convention, his fourth consecutive appearance.

Last year, Trump became the first sitting president to appear before the NRA convention in more than 30 years. The event is also drawing protests, including those who have lost loved ones to gun violence. Even President temporarily strayed from the NRA's strong opposition to tougher gun controls following the Valentine's Day massacre - but he quickly returned to the fold.

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The president is addressing the NRA gathering almost three months after a deadly shooting at high school in Parkland, Florida.

The White House duo instead doled out red meat to their political base, trashing the "fake news" media and the "witch hunt" Russian Federation investigation, endorsing Republican election wannabees and praising the "great American flag".

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Sixty-five-year-old Patricia Hopper, who was wearing a T-shirt with Trump's face on it, said she'd been wanting to see the president "ever since we voted for him" and she added that her husband "likes guns".

President Donald Trump says the National Rifle Association is a "great organization that loves this country".

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NRA officials Wayne LaPierre, Chris Cox and Dana Loesch will be among those speaking Friday.

But one of the Parkland student survivors, David Hogg, was critical of Trump's planned attendance. "And they're not going to let anybody hurt their students". "It proves that his heart and his wallet are in the same place". Mr. Trump has addressed the group multiple times. He was referring to the AR-15 the Parkland shooting suspect is accused of using.

The White House ultimately proposed providing some school personnel with "rigorous" firearms training and backed a bill to improve criminal background checks on gun buyers that has since passed, but backpedaled on the idea of increasing the minimum age to buy certain firearms - a policy Trump had initially said he would support.

Trump has since endorsed more modest proposals, such as legislation aimed at providing more data for the background check system.

"Your Second Amendment rights are under siege". "We're not confident at all".

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Kristin Brown, of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, said Trump had offered mixed messages since the Parkland shooting.

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