Trump at CPAC: Reactions Range From Applause to Protest

Trump at CPAC: Reactions Range From Applause to Protest

President Trump delivers remarks to the Conservative Political Action Conference in Oxon Hill, Md., on February 23, 2018.

Trump spoke to the rowdy crowd at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday and expressed the importance of voting in the midterm elections or else the Democrats "will take away your Second Amendment".

"Clearly the interest is: What is Trump doing and what are their policies and what are they doing", said Saul Anuzis, a longtime CPAC gadfly and GOP operative from MI.

Even Megyn Kelly, former Fox News journalist and political commentator, now over her feud with Trump, recently admitted the genuineness of the president's tresses saying she had an opportunity to "shove her hands up in it" herself. "But he certainly did a poor job", the President told reporters before boarding Marine One.

"This would be a major deterrent, because these people are inherently cowards", Trump said. She's against Trump's plan to raise the minimum age to buy some semi-automatic weapons from 18 to 21.

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Trump called the NRA and LaPierre "Great American Patriots" in a tweet Thursday morning and later said the organization "is ready to do things" to address the problem of gun violence. We get clobbered in '18 and we can't let that happen.

"Right now, we have a big race coming up, you have to get out you have to just get that enthusiasm".

While reiterating his support on the Second Amendment, President Trump nevertheless stressed the need for common sense gun control as well as emphasis on mental health. "It's not 'do you love guns, do you hate guns.' It's common sense".

"They will take away those massive tax cuts and they will take away the Second Amendment", Trump said, referring to Democratic candidates.

President Donald Trump is polling an audience of conservative activists on whether they prefer the Second Amendment or the tax cuts he signed into law late past year.

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Near the end of a roughly 75-minute speech, Trump recited the lyrics from the 1960s song, "The Snake", a campaign staple that served as an allegory to warn of what he views as the dangers of some refugees and immigrants being allowed into the United States.

Trump said the Democrats seem ready to compromise on funding a wall along the U.S. -Mexico border.

Danielle added that his speech got her excited, giving her "hope for the future, not the hope that the last 8 years implemented", as both Pence and President Trump are "implementing change for our future" forward, giving her hope for her family business that the Obama era did not give her.

"Why do we protect our airports, our banks, our government buildings, but not our schools?" the President said.

President Trump on Friday castigated the uniformed sheriff's deputy on duty at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School during last week's shooting spree in which 17 people died. Pence said that in a meeting with governors at the White House Monday, they and Trump will "make the safety of our nation's schools and our students our top national priority".

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