Former President Donald Trump speaks at NRA's convention, urging gun owners to vote

May 19, 2024 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

83% : Gov. Greg Abbott spoke before Trump and received praise from the former president.
66% : "Trump first addressed the NRA in 2015 and the meeting in Dallas marked his ninth address to the organization.
49% : Trump urged those in attendance to vote.
34% : Trump has repeatedly promised to protect gun owners' rights if he is elected.
32% : "You've got to get all your friends all the gun owners they have to go and they have to vote if they vote there's nobody that can beat us nobody," said Trump.
30% : "We're under siege with the guns, the rifles, and everything else we're under siege," said Trump.
24% : Trump and President Joe Biden are expected to debate in June.
17% : Trump is accused of falsifying Trump Organization business records as part of alleged efforts to suppress stories he feared could hurt his 2016 presidential campaign, as the Associated Press reports.

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