To be sure, he professes to appeal to the unity of U.S. citizens, but in fact, evokes the exact opposite.
<i>A year after the bloodbath in Las Vegas, states in the U.S. made their weapons legislation both more strict and more flexible. The midterms will be decisive. </i>
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If faltering finances are any indication, gun owners are letting their money do the talking about the NRA’s extremist policy positions.
Trump needs the NRA and its 5 million members. All of them are potential Trump voters.
Trump may also be aware that this year he needs the support of gun owners more than ever if he wants to secure the majority in Congress.
This...hints at the beginning of a new era of political activism, a tradition that on many occasions has played a vital role in the U.S.