USA: Trump vows to defend gun rights, mocks Paris, London

You give your time, your energy, your vote and your voice to stand strong for those sacred rights given to us by God including the right to self-defense and now thanks to your activism and dedication you have an administration fighting to protect your Second Amendment and we will protect you your second--your Second Amendment rights are under siege. But they will never ever be under siege as long... Еще as I am your president all of us here today are united by the same timeless values. We believe that our liberty is a gift from our Creator and that no government can ever take it away. We believe in the rule of law and we support the men and women of law enforcement. We have pride in our history and respect for our heritage. We put our hands on our hearts for the Pledge of Allegiance and we will proudly stand for the national anthem we proudly.» US President Donald Trump made infiammatory pro-guns comments at the National Rifle Association (NRA) convention in Dallas on Friday. Trump affirmed his will to keep the Second Emendment, the basis of gun ownership in the US: «You give your time, your energy, your vote and your voice to stand strong for those sacred rights given to us by God including the right to self-defense and now thanks to your activism and dedication you have an administration fighting to protect your Second Amendment and we will protect you your second--your Second Amendment rights are under siege. But they will never ever be under siege as long as I am your president all of us here today are united by the same timeless values.» In addition, Trump rekindled a proposal he was promoting after the Parkland School shooting, arming teachers and security guards to defend schools: «When they know there's guns inside, they're not going in. We just don't understand that, we can't get that word out. But highly trained people. At the same time, there is no stronger deterrent for a sick individual than the knowledge that their attack will end their life and will end in total failure. When they know that, they're not going in. You're not going to have school attacks.» To make his case, Trump criticised strict European gun laws, saying that gun possession could have stopped the terrorist of November 2015 Paris attacks: «They took their time and gunned them down one by one: boom. Come over here — boom. Come over here — boom. If you were in those rooms, one of those people, and the survivors said it just lasted forever. But if one employee or just one patron had a gun or if one person in this room had been there with a gun, aimed at the opposite direction, the terrorists would have fled or been shot and it would have been a whole different story. I mean, right?» He also made the point that London is experiencing a knife crime epidemic: «I recently read a story that in London, which has unbelievably tough gun laws, a once very prestigious hospital, right in the middle, is like a war zone for horrible stabbing wounds. Yes, that's right. They don't have guns. They have knives and instead, there's blood all over the floors of this hospital. They say it's as bad as a military war zone hospital — knives, knives, knives. London hasn't been used to that. They're getting used to it. It's pretty tough.»

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