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  • Hawkins: Trump White House Declares Support for Gun Confiscation Orders

    03/12/2018 7:31:06 PM PDT · by ricoshea · 82 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 3/12/18 | Awr Hawkins
    <p>The Trump White House released policy papers Monday declaring full support for California-style firearm confiscation orders. Breitbart News has a copy of the release and it urges states to adopt Extreme Risk Protection Orders without court order.</p>
  • Vanity: IS ANYONE WATCHING TRUMP MEEING W/SENATORS

    02/28/2018 12:41:44 PM PST · by tschatski · 154 replies
    2/28/18 | me
    It sounds like President Trump is supporting Manchin/Toomey universal background check bill. Does anyone else get that impression?
  • 'I think you're afraid of the NRA': Trump blasts Republican lawmakers in bipartisan meeting (tr)

    02/28/2018 1:25:32 PM PST · by Berlin_Freeper · 120 replies
    businessinsider ^ | February 28, 2018 | Michelle Mark
    President Donald Trump held a freewheeling White House meeting on Wednesday to discuss various gun-control measures, at one point jabbing a Republican senator over his reluctance to raise the age of all gun purchases to 21 from 18. "I think you're afraid of the NRA," Trump said to Sen. Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania, arguing that raising the age limit was "something we have to think about." "A lot of people are afraid to bring it up," Trump said, referring to the National Rifle Association's vehement opposition to the proposal. Some Democrats, such as Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, smiled and...
  • Trump: Background checks will 'never' pass if concealed carry is attached

    02/28/2018 1:46:57 PM PST · by Reno89519 · 73 replies
    The Hill ^ | February 28, 2018 | Jacqueline Thomsen
    President Trump pushed back Wednesday against a GOP lawmaker's proposal to attach a concealed carry measure to background checks legislation, saying it would “never” pass. Rep. Steve Scalise (La.), the No. 3 House Republican and a lawmaker who was gravely wounded in a shooting just last summer, offered the proposal at a White House meeting between Trump and lawmakers from both parties that was aired live on cable television. He suggested adding the concealed carry measure, which would allow permits for concealed weapons to cross state lines, to a background check bill known as the Fix NICS (National Instant Criminal...