Trump, Abbott paint gun rights as imperiled at NRA convention

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    -28% Medium Liberal

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    84% Negative

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63% : DALLAS -- At the National Rifle Association's annual convention on Saturday, Donald Trump and Gov. Greg Abbott encouraged the thousands gathered to vote for Trump in the 2024 presidential election as a way to ensure their Second Amendment rights.
47% : During his speech, Trump endorsed four Republican candidates who are fighting in late May runoffs to be their party's nominee: Alan Schoolcraft, David Covey, Helen Kerwin and Brett Hagenbuch.
46% : "The NRA has stood with me from the very beginning, and with your vote, I will stand strong for your rights and liberties," Trump said.
46% : "Even after Uvalde parents pleaded with Greg Abbott and Ted Cruz for commonsense gun safety laws, they decided, like Trump " that the NRA and gun lobby was more important.
45% : "Trump and Abbott spoke to a room packed with NRA members, some of which sported supportive attire from the standard-fare red caps to a dress covered with photos of the former president.

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