Trump meets NRA leader Wayne LaPierre to ask for financial support when he faces potential charges, but the CEO said he will only help if the president & # 39; the games & # 39; stops about arms control
- Trump met NRA CEO LaPierre in the White House on Friday
- It is claimed that he asked for support during the investigation of the allegations and the elections
- The NRA allegedly asked him to stop & # 39; the games & # 39; because of arms control
- Trump & # 39; s speech on arms reform measures changed to & # 39; mental health issues & # 39;
- It is claimed that the NRA almost went bankrupt due to investigations and more
Donald Trump met with the CEO of the National Rifle Association, where it was claimed that he asked them for support because he had to deal with deposition procedures and re-election.
The president spoke to Wayne LaPierre in the White House on Friday, where they reportedly exchanged for approval and financial commitments along with arms control.
LaPierre would have asked Trump to & # 39; stop the games & # 39; about the arms legislation, The New York Times reported.
An NRA spokesperson has claimed that the source who spoke to the Times gave them an & # 39; inaccurate & # 39; gave a report of the meeting.
They stated: & # 39; The N.R.A. categorically denies any discussion about special arrangements regarding the support of the N.R.A. by the president and vice versa. & # 39;
NRA CEO Wayne LePierre (left) visited the White House on Friday to meet President Donald Trump (right). It is claimed that Trump LaPierre asked for support during the sediment investigation and also the re-election campaign, while the NRA is said to want him to stop the games & # 39; & # 39; with stricter arms control
Arms reform has been in the minds of many people after the March protest for our lives (above) and more recently after two mass shootings in a weekend in Ohio and Texas
LaPierre is thought to influence the next steps of the White House on arms legislation following the shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio.
Allegedly they tried to lead Trump away from some of the measures he spoke of after the murders, including stricter background checks.
The Times claims that NRI messages have since appeared in various speeches by Trump at a more recent discussion of arms control and the need for change seemed to diminish.
Trump said last month: “We currently have very, very strong background checks, but we have some kind of missing areas and areas that do not complete the entire circle. I have to tell you that it is a mental problem. & # 39;
It is claimed that Trump questioned his assistants about the NRA's ability to support him in his 2020 re-election campaign.
In 2016, they were able to invest more than $ 30 million in campaign, but more recently they believed that the group could be bankrupt and less able to offer the same level of influence at a time when gun control the heads of the the public.
The finances of the group can also be strained after research by lawyers in New York, Washington D.C. along with questions about Russian ties.
In addition, the NRA fought leaks about generous spending and an uprising against the leader of various donors.
During the midterms, the NRA were shot out by arms control groups.
Nevertheless, the group still has considerable resources and more than five million members, which Trump believes he can turn into votes.
Trump is believed to have doubts about the amount of swing LaPierre (right) and the NRA can have in an era where arms reform is at the forefront of many people's minds in addition to their alleged financial situation. In the photo in 2007, when they met in the White House
Trump's meeting with LaPierre comes only a few days after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (above) has started an investigation into a charge with the president
Despite Trump's statements about arms reform earlier this year, a meeting with LaPierre could mean a shift to give priority to his re-election campaign.
In the aftermath of the accusation investigation, announced Tuesday by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Trump has said that there is a smaller chance of working together on two-fold reform measures.
White House spokesperson Hogan Gidley told the Times: “It's no secret that the president wants meaningful solutions to protect American communities and may prevent one of these tragedies from ever happening again and he will continue to do his job,” even though Democrats refuse to do theirs. & # 39;
Trump and Pelosi talked about gun policy on Tuesday, but staff from the Democrat team revealed that the call lacked content of proposed measures.
Meanwhile, Trump said: & # 39; Nancy Pelosi is not interested in weapons and gun protection and gun safety. & # 39;
& # 39; All she is thinking about is this, & # 39; he added, referring to the investigation of allegations.
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