President Donald Trump highlighted his gun rights record to a cheering crowd at the National Rifle Association's Annual Meeting on Friday.
"To the NRA I can proudly say I will never, ever let you down", he said on Friday, pledging also never to "infringe" on the right of people to keep and bear arms.
He thanked the organisation for backing him in May previous year, the earliest it has ever endorsed a presidential nominee. "No longer will the government be trying to undermine your rights and freedoms as Americans".
And if the president's remarks are any indicator, he intends to continue protecting 22 Amendment rights.
"We need a President who is serious about finding solutions that will save lives and address the gun violence crisis that's plaguing our nation. His itinerary is not the one I suggest to most visitors, and to truly enjoy our city, he should consider being open to our people, to our values, and to our needs", Mitchell said in a statement.
Georgia is among 17 states that have banned concealed weapons on college campuses.
As he approaches the 100th day of his administration, Mr. Trump also fondly recalled Election Night 2016 and some of the states he unexpectedly won. Ted CruzTed CruzTrump in campaign mode at NRA convention Trump's hands are tied on 9th Circuit Schumer: Trump's handling of North Korea "all wrong" MORE (R) during the primary campaign.
John Feinblatt, president of Everytown for Gun Safety, for one, said a comparison to a library card would be more fitting. "We must be vigilant, and I know you all are up to the task".
President Donald Trump's appearance at the National Rifle Association's national convention provoked Sen.
After his campaign-style address to the NRA, on Saturday Trump will travel to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania to tout his achievements at a rally of supporters.
"In the next election, you're going to be swamped with candidates, but you're not going to be wasting your time", he said.
Winkler believes that the NRA will get what it wants from the Trump administration.
They also laughed as television clips showed members of the news media, Hollywood stars and even Obama predicting confidently that Trump would never be elected president. During the campaign, Trump promised to do away with Obama's efforts to strengthen background checks and to eliminate gun-free zones at schools and military bases.
After addressing NRA members, Trump is scheduled to attend a private fundraiser for Republican congressional candidate Karen Handel.