President Trump Donald John TrumpCigna says it has reduced customers' use of opioids by 25 percent Green launch campaign to get Pritts fired white house: "Maximum pressure" campaign for North Korea is working MORE in a Wednesday morning it was said that despite the words of a previous Supreme Court, the second amendment would never be repealed, and demanded that more Republicans should be elected in this year's midterm elections
"THE SECOND CHANGE WILL NEVER BE ABOLISHED!", He tweeted [1
"We need more Republicans in 2018 and ALWAYS have to hold the Supreme Court!"
THE SECOND CHANGE WILL NEVER BE REPEALED! As much as the Democrats want to see it, and despite the words written yesterday by former Supreme Court Justice Stevens, there is NO WAY. We need more Republicans in 2018 and ALWAYS have to hold the Supreme Court!
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 28, 2018
Trump's tweet follows a comment by former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, who said that the Second Amendment is outdated and misunderstood [19659004StevensaRepublicanwroteintheNewYorkTimesTuesdaythatstudentsandanti-gunviolenceadvocatesshouldcallonlawmakerstoenactlawsprohibitingcivilianownershipofsemi-automaticbansincreasingtheminimumageforpurchasingoneWeapon18-21yearsoldandtheintroductionofmorecomprehensivebackgroundchecksonallbuyersoffirearms
He added that they should push for "more effective and sustainable reforms." 19659004] "They should demand a repeal of the Second Amendment."
Hundreds of thousands of protesters gathered in US cities for rallies last weekend, Parkland, Florida
Survivors of this shootout have emerged as some of the loudest advocates for new arms control laws, and have called on lawmakers to distance themselves from the National Rifle Association and the Firearms restrictions.