President Donald Trump has nothing but great things to say about the National Rifle Association — the organization that most certainly played a part in his victory over anti-gun Hillary Clinton.
Because of their strong relationship, Trump agreed to make an appearance and speak at one of the NRA’s most important events. As a matter of fact, it’s so big that he’s the first president since Ronald Reagan to do so.
Fox News reports:
The National Rifle Association announced that President Trump will speak at the organization’s annual leadership forum
The NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action’s executive director Chris Cox made the announcement on Twitter on Friday.
The president is scheduled to appear at the conference on April 28 in Atlanta, Ga.
— Chris Cox (@ChrisCoxNRA) April 14, 2017
Trump was endorsed by the NRA during the presidential election and was praised for his repeated defense of the right to bear arms.
He will be the first sitting president since Ronald Reagan to address the convention.
Several other pro-gun conservatives will speak at the NRA event, including Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, Sheriff David Clarke, Sen. Luther Strange (R-Ala.), Col. Allen West [Ret.] and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas).
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