President Trump is expected to speak at the National Rifle Association Annual Meeting in Dallas on Friday, a White Paper officially confirmed, marking a return to a group that was one of Trump's earliest and most keen followers.
This will be the fourth consecutive year that Trump has addressed to NRA. Last year, he became the first seated president to deal with the group.
But this year's appearance will be the first since Trump told legislators not to fear the NRA in the wake of Parkland, Fla. Skytte and moved any response from the organization, including raising the legal age to buy some firearms to 21
The NRA played a strong role in the Trumps 2016 elections, which gave critical support in battlefields. It spent more on Trump's behalf than any other group and began its advertising and other efforts earlier than in any other presidential cycle.
A comparison of the Washington Post of Advertising Expenses between 2012 and 2016 showed that the weapons organization spent more than three times as much to help Trump as it spent underlying GOP nominee of Mitt Romney in 2012.
"You came through great for me and I will come through for you," said Trump, thousands of members who participated in the NRA Annual Convention last year in Atlanta. "The eight-year offense against your other freedom of change has come to a crash end. "
In remarks before Trump talked, Chris W. Cox, NRA lobbyist, recalled the group's approval of Trump a year earlier and said that Trump was "the most proud second-party nominee in American history."
While Trump expressed support after Parkland's shootings to raise the age to buy rifles to 21, he encountered the proposal after meeting NRA officials. Aides said that Trump still supported the idea, but acknowledged that it was limited appetitively in Congress to make such a change in federal law.