Trump talked about the murder case in Paris 3 years ago: if people have a gun, the ending is totally different.

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 Trump talked about the murder case in Paris 3 years ago: if people have a gun, the ending is totally different.


President Trump, 4, went to Dallas, Texas, to meet the National Rifle Associations annual meeting to support the peoples right to hold guns and call for the vote to support Republicans. He claimed that if the United Kingdom and France relaxed the restrictions on guns, there would be no bloodshed in the Paris terrorist attacks. This statement has led to criticism from the British and French. France excessively In his speech on 4 July, Trump talked about the murder case in Paris, France, in 2015. Trump said that if the French people had guns at that time, the outcome would be totally different. In November 13, 2015, a series of terrorist attacks occurred in Paris. 130 people were killed and 350 were injured. 90 of them were killed in the batkland theatre. In a statement, the French Foreign Ministry refuted Trumps statement in a statement 5 days: France does not agree with President Trumps comments on the November 13, 2015 Paris attacks, asking the victims to be respected. Every country has the right to decide its own weapons to hold the law, which is the same as other countries. The statement said, we are proud of the strict control and control of guns in France. A Reuters report finds that since Trump became president of the United States, this is the most severe criticism of the French government on his remarks. However, at the end of last month, Emmanuel Mucklow, the French president, made a state visit to the United States and had a close interaction with Trump, and the European and American media considered the only European leader who was able to whisper with Trump. The French President Francois Hollande, the French president of Paris, was accused of being unethical and disgraceful to take the Paris blood case as a tweet. British absurdity As for the United Kingdom, Trump said that the capital of London, a once famous hospital, is now full of knife wound patients. He said: they have no guns, only knives, so the floor of the hospital is full of blood. Trump did not specify which hospital in London. British surgeon Martin Griffith said in an interview with the Broadcasting British Corporation last month that his colleagues would compare their working hospitals to the former British army Barst camp in Afghanistan. Griffith said on the 5 day that Trump fully understood what he meant by mistake and used it as a basis to publicize the wrong conclusion. In addition, Griffith released a web link from his colleague Karim Broch. Broch wrote on the website of the hospital: we can do more to fight against violence, but it is absurd to regard gun as one of the solutions. The lethality of gunshot wounds is at least two times that of a knife wound, and it is more difficult to cure. In gun control, British residents can hold guns such as rifles and long guns, but prohibit the possession of pistols. Trent Puding first visited Britain in July 13th. Media has long predicted that Trumps visit to Britain will encounter demonstrations. After Trump took office, it was slow to visit Britain as a traditional ally, and even his iron supporter and former British Independent former leader Nigel Fallaci thought it was one of the reasons for the fear of encountering British demonstrations. epth The rifle association used to support Trumps campaign Trump was present at the annual meeting of the National Rifle Association on 4 days. This is Trumps fourth annual visit to the National Rifle Association annual meeting, the second time since he became president. The National Rifle Association, founded in 1871, advocates that citizens have the right to own guns. It is one of the most influential lobbying groups in the US political arena. It claims to have more than 5 million members. The Associated Press reported that the National Rifle Association spent $30 million to support Trumps presidential election in 2016. Trump said in his speech that before he started, good politicians advised him to leave, saying that a speech at the National Association of rifle associations would be controversial. He told each other, goodbye, I should be on the plane. He expressed his high profile support for the gun - arms, saying that the second amendment to the Constitution gave citizens a heavy pressure, but as long as I am your president, these rights will never bear a heavy pressure. The remarks were brought to the table for a hail of cheers. He then called on supporters of guns to support the Republican Party in the 2018 congressional mid-term elections. We have to get the Republicans to be elected... The right to prevent the second amendment from being abolished has been a conservative member of the Congress. The parliamentary elections in 2018 are scheduled to be held in November 6th. Republicans want to maintain the majority of seats in the Senate and the house of Representatives. In his speech, Trump recognized that Democrats wanted to proclaim illegal firearms and mocked: (then) we must immediately announce that all the trucks and trucks are illegal, and they are now a new tool for the terrorists to kill. Is it? In February 14th, a 19 year old man shot 14 students and 3 school workers in a middle school in Parke LAN, Florida, injuring 15 people. The school shootings sparked renewed controversy over gun control in the United States. Trump briefly appeared to support strengthening management and control. In late February, at a televised meeting, Trump criticized a Republican senator who was afraid of the National Rifle Association, saying he would face the group himself to reduce the violence involved in the gun. He hinted at that time that he would support some proposals that were opposed by the National Rifle Association, such as raising the minimum age limit for citizens to buy rifles. However, in early March, Trump said in social media that the revision of the age limit does not have much political support. Since then, he has been advocating the provision of firearms training to school staff so that they can carry guns secretly to protect campus safety. In a speech on the 4 day, Trump briefly referred to the shootings in Parkes LAN campus, mourning the victims and condoling to their families. Trump said he had previously signed a bill for the federal governments background checks system for the purchase of firearms and campus safety. He reiterated his strong support for letting trained teachers hide their guns. This group is based on the Xinhua News Agency Source: Beiqing Net - Beijing Youth Daily editor in charge: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310