— [ https://goo.gl/SjBVQ6 ] A discussion of a situation in the English-speaking world that represents a collision course_______________________Who is on a collision course with whom? What is the conflict? What are the implications?
Trump initially voiced support for universal background checks and raising the age limit on certain gun purchases. However, neither was addressed in his administration’s proposal.
The White House has denied that the president had “chickened out” in the face of pressure from the NRA, which met with the president and opposed gun law reforms.
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