President Trump Addresses NRA
Kevin Felts 04.28.17
Mark this day in history. April 28, 2017 is the first time since Ronald Reagan that President of the United States of America has addressed the National Rifle Association (NRA).
The NRA spent around $30 million to help get Donald Trump elected president in the election of 2016. In classic Trump style, President Trump addressed the National Rifle Association’s annual convention in Atlanta, Georgia.
President Donald Trump took a high-caliber victory lap on Friday before a crowd of 10,000 gun owners and Second Amendment enthusiasts, telling the National Rifle Association’s annual convention that he would protect ‘the sacred right of self-defense for all of our citizens.’
‘I will never, ever infringe on the right of the people to keep and bear arms,’ Trump boomed in a campaign-style speech in Atlanta. ‘Never ever.’
‘The eight-year assault on your Second Amendment freedoms has come to a crashing end,’ he boasted, referring to the twilight of his predecessor’s term in office.
‘You have a true friend and champion in the White House.’
While at the NRA show, there were hints that Sen. Elizabeth Warren may run for President in 2020. If so, it looks like Donald Trump will be a two term President.
On a personal note, I have to take a certain amount of pride in a President who takes time out of his busy schedule to make an appearance at the NRA show in Atlanta, Georgia. Through his actions, President Trump is telling every gun owner their rights will be upheld.