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Trump defends guns at NRA annual convention

Trump defends guns at NRA annual convention

(WASHINGTON) Donald Trump on Saturday courted gun advocates at the annual meeting of their influential lobby, the NRA, in Dallas, Texas, amid a sharp return to campaigning amid insults and false doctrine against Joe Biden. The 2020 election was allegedly stolen from him.



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Between two hearings in a criminal trial in New York, the former President of the United States (2017-2021) and Republican Party candidate is campaigning over the weekend in front of ardent supporters of gun rights. Sanctified by 2e Amendment to the US Constitution.

He is scheduled to speak this afternoon at the National Rifle Association’s (NRA) annual leadership forum in Dallas, Texas.

Speaking at a donor dinner in Minnesota on Friday, he reaffirmed his never-proven theory that the 2020 presidential election, won by rival Joe Biden, was rigged. He noted that he voted in Minnesota in 2016 and 2020, where Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton won over Joe Biden.

He then launched scathing and sometimes insulting attacks against Joe Biden, describing him as a “horrible man”, among other things.

The 77-year-old Republican billionaire has close ties to the NRA, which gave him tens of millions of dollars for his successful campaign in 2016.

He has already promised to roll back the regulatory measures put in place during current President Joe Biden’s tenure if he is returned to power.

Complex environment

While Joe Biden promises to take action to ban semi-automatic rifles used in deadly murders, Donald Trump wants to be the candidate of gun owners, pledging the status quo. “Democrats want to take away their guns, and they will take them away,” he vowed in Minnesota on Friday.

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Joe Biden

“President Biden and I will continue to engage the gun lobby to keep Americans safe, while Donald Trump will continue to sacrifice the safety of our children and our communities to satisfy his special interests,” she responded in a statement Saturday.

Joe Biden travels Saturday to the state of Georgia, which he narrowly won in 2020, to campaign particularly with African-American voters, a key to his success in 2020. He speaks to Morehouse students on Sunday. Black American community.

Donald Trump is speaking before the NRA in a troubling context for the association. It lost its iconic chairman, Wayne LaPierre, who resigned in January ahead of a civil trial in New York where he was found guilty by a jury of corruption and mismanagement and awarded more than $4.3 million in financial damages to the main fund.

There are more individual firearms in circulation in the United States than there are people, and this proliferation results in a much higher rate of gun deaths in the United States than in other developed countries.

About 49,000 people died by gunfire in 2021, and 45,000 in 2020, already a record year, or more than 130 deaths per day, more than half of them suicides.

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