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As we all expected after Trump said he'd support background checks yesterday, the NRA has warned him to back off.

This puts Donald in a difficult position, as he is under tremendous pressure to do something legislatively after the recent mass shootings. Background checks seems to be the first

If the NRA and Trump were to have a falling out, who would GOP politicians and conservative voters choose?

Many conservatives have been NRA members and NRA supporters for decades, while only having been Trump supporters for about 4 years. I'd be curious to see where conservatives nationwide land on this.

Because if Trump continues to support the idea of background checks, he will lose the NRA.

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