Five things to know about the gun control push in the Trump administration.
The National Rifle Association is now lobbying the Trump White House.
The NRA is in the lead with gun control measures, according to a new report.
The White House and the NRA are using a common messaging tool to hammer gun control supporters: The gun violence prevention campaign.
The Trump administration is targeting people who have a gun to their heads.
A new report says the White House is targeting those who have guns in their homes.
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Trump’s comments come as the Trump Administration is pushing through major gun control legislation, with the first gun buyback in nearly a decade in Texas scheduled for Thursday.
Gun control advocates say the plan is a thinly veiled effort to pressure gun owners and gun dealers to surrender their firearms, something that many would prefer to avoid.
But the White Senate, where the administration is expected to appoint new Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, has resisted pressure to use the filibuster to block gun control bills.
The plan would require gun owners to turn over their firearms to the government, but not all of them would be required to do so.
Instead, gun owners would have to register their firearms with the government through a process that could take up to a year.
It would not require gun dealers, nor would it require anyone to show their identification.
The plan also does not allow guns to be sold to non-law enforcement officers or those who do not qualify for a gun buy-back program.
Gun violence prevention legislation has emerged as a top priority for the Trump Administrations gun control efforts.
The Trump administration said Thursday that it has proposed a $1.1 trillion package to address gun violence, including a $600 billion tax cut and a $5 billion aid package for states that have passed gun control laws.
The White House said that a package of bills aimed at improving the nation’s mental health care system would be included in the package.
Trump also is expected meet with gun industry leaders and lawmakers on Thursday.
The measure is expected in the form of a budget, which is expected this month.
The budget will outline how the government spends the money, with a focus on domestic spending and economic growth.
The legislation, which has yet to be finalized, is expected before the end of the year.