Former US President Donald Trump said that mass shootings is “not a gun problem” while addressing an annual meeting of the National Rifle Association (NRA) in Indianapolis, Indiana, asserting that mental health issues, transgender community and marijuana use were the reason behind deadly mass shootings.
“Our hearts were shattered by news of the monstrous attack on a Christian elementary school in Nashville. We wrap those beautiful families in our love and we lift them up in our prayers. We also salute the law enforcement heroes who ran into danger and took out that killer with speed and skill that made us all very, very proud,” Donald Trump said.
Meanwhile, speaking to Fox News recently, Former US President Donald Trump said that he will “never drop out” of the presidential race for any legal reason. , Trump said, “No, I’d never drop — it’s not my thing. I wouldn’t do it.” He made the remarks when asked if there was anything prosecutors could throw at Trump legally that would convince him to drop out of the White House race.
Earlier this month, New York’s Manhattan court called the US former President Donald Trump for the next in-person hearing on December 4, CNN reported. Trump pleaded not guilty to the 34 criminal charges against him.
The indictment against Donald Trump alleges the former president was involved in a conspiracy to undermine the integrity of the 2016 election, as per the CNN report. The indictment against Donald Trump alleges that the editor-in-chief and CEO of the National Enquirer approached Michael Cohen shortly after the access of Hollywood tape became public in October 2016.