Wayne LaPierre

The same day a Senate committee report came out saying the National Rifle Association was a "foreign asset" to Russia, Trump sought the gun group's advice.
The Democratic presidential candidate was describing the way the president blusters about the National Rifle Association.
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 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.
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.
Three of them said their confidence in the National Rifle Association's leadership has been "shattered."
A recent lawsuit said Cox joined an attempted coup to oust the National Rifle Association's top executive.
A failed try to topple the group's chief executive, millions of dollars blown and multiple lawsuits are roiling the gun lobby.
Advertising firm Ackerman McQueen is jumping ship as lawsuits fly.
Leaked documents reveal the National Rifle Association is drowning in legal fees. Board members say they didn't know.
Before his departure, NRA President Oliver North warned officials that $24 million and counting in legal fees could strangle the group.
The National Rifle Association is on fire. We can't look away.
The move, announced on the National Rifle Association magazine’s American Rifleman website, came during a closed-door meeting of the group’s board of directors.
The gun group's leadership is in chaos after a report by The Trace prompted an IRS investigation of the organization's tax status.
The confrontation between the gun rights group's longtime leader and its recently installed president coincides with the NRA's annual meeting.
The late president denounced the extremist gun group decades ago.
“It is unwise to assume that all gun owners are Republicans."
The organization was founded in part to encourage gun safety, and supported gun control legislation in the first part of the 20th Century.