NRA

The Democratic presidential candidate was describing the way the president blusters about the National Rifle Association.
The president attacked Democratic-voting Jews, called himself "the chosen one" and got mad that Denmark won't sell him Greenland.
The president’s motivation to pass stricter rules in the wake of mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, faded after a conversation with NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre.
The CNN host mocked Trump for the different ways he's treated the prime minister of Denmark and the National Rifle Association.
The NRA said that it spoke to the president and that he's a "strong" Second Amendment advocate.
The notorious gun group is being crushed by its own financial mismanagement and legal woes.
"So says he who is ensnared by his hotheaded and wrathful friends at the NRA and in the Oval Office," one Twitter user replied.
The incident raises serious concerns that concealed guns intended to protect students could kill them.
One of the new polls, conducted by Fox News, put the gun group's numbers in the red for the first time in nearly two decades.
“Our officers need help. They need help with gun control," Mayor Jim Kenney said after six officers were shot and injured during a standoff with an armed man.
The "Last Week Tonight" host also celebrated the NRA's growing legal and financial problems.
The former "NRA Mom" now says "we must do something about guns."
The National Rifle Association's problems have deepened as its tax-exempt status remains under investigation.
The El Paso shooter reportedly used language eerily similar to the gun lobby's own xenophobic rhetoric.
Hundreds of gun control activists gathered in front of the National Rifle Association's headquarters in Virginia to honor this weekend's shooting victims.
Three of them said their confidence in the National Rifle Association's leadership has been "shattered."
New York Attorney General Letitia James has also issued subpoenas for the records, which could threaten the NRA's tax-exempt status.
NRATV will soon come to an end.
A recent lawsuit said Cox joined an attempted coup to oust the National Rifle Association's top executive.
An outpouring of "thoughts and prayers" flooded Twitter at news of the untimely death.