Trump pledges to defend gun rights at NRA convention

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Donald Trump pledged to defend the “God-given rights” of Americans to bear arms as he received the endorsement of the National Rifle Association, the country’s most influential gun rights group.

Trump urged “rebellious” gun owners to vote for him despite their reputation for shunning elections, after being hailed by the NRA as the most pro-gun rights president in modern history.

President Biden has vowed to try again to renew the assault weapons ban that lasted for ten years from 1994, which prevented the manufacture or sale of certain semi-automatic guns and also outlawed magazines of ten or more bullets.

Trump leaned on the plans of Joe Biden, who hopes to bring back the assault weapons ban, to entice NRA members to vote for him

Trump leaned on the plans of Joe Biden, who hopes to bring back the assault weapons ban, to entice NRA members to vote for him

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“With me in the White House, the radical gun-grabbers will run straight into a very, very powerful brick wall,” Trump told a 5,000-strong audience of NRA

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