To borrow one of his favorite adjectives, GOP Presidential candidate Donald Trump received a “HUGE” endorsement this week from the National Rifle Association.
Pushing back against Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton’s recent anti-gun comments, Trump pointed out to NRA membership that gun rights and women’s rights were exactly the same thing, according to The Blaze:
“I think this is the most basic human right of all, and Hillary Clinton wants to strip it away from women — and others,” the presumptive GOP nominee said during a speech at the NRA-ILA Leadership Forum in Louisville, Kentucky.
Trump portrayed himself as a staunch defender of gun rights, standing up to Clinton who wants to “abolish the Second Amendment.”
He continued the barrage of words against Clinton, Liberals, and womens’ rights groups that oppose Americans’ right to defend themselves with firearms, reported The Blaze:
“We’re not going to let that happen,” Trump said. “We’re going to preserve it. We’re going to cherish it.”
Trump unveiled a new moniker for Clinton Friday as well, calling her “Heartless Hillary” for supposedly wanting to take guns away from innocent Americans as she releases violent criminals from prison. The Manhattan businessman also declared Clinton “the most anti-gun” presidential candidate to ever run.
“The only way to save the Second Amendment is to vote for a man named Donald Trump.”
Watch “The Donald’s” full speech at the annual NRA Convention in Lousville, Ky below.