Trump tells NRA: Gun owners' rights 'will never be under siege'

Protesters calling for stricter gun controls say they will show their power in the upcoming midterm elections.

    US President Donald Trump has affirmed his positon against gun law reforms at the annual National Rifle Association's (NRA) meeting.

    That is despite student marches and polls showing that a growing number of Americans support more gun control.

    Protesters calling for gun control say they will show their power in the upcoming midterm elections.

    Al Jazeera's Heidi Zhou-Castro reports from Dallas, Texas.


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