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Trump Reportedly Feuding With NRA Over Possible New Gun Legislation

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Trump Reportedly Feuding With NRA Over Possible New Gun Legislation

Trump Reportedly Feuding With NRA Over Possible New Gun Legislation

President Donald Trump is reportedly in a feud with the National Rifle Association.

The president and organization are arguing over possible legislation requiring background checks for gun purchases.

According to Business Insider, a staff member inside the White House is frustrated with the NRA.

The source said Trump thinks the NRA “is playing games with the White House.” At first, Trump seemed to support new gun legislation, but after a talk with the NRA he reversed his stance.

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