The NRA has finally decided to pull its support for Donald Trump.
The National Rifle Association’s executive director Wayne LaPierre tweeted that the group would no longer endorse Trump because he has not proven himself to be a “real” gun owner.
The NRA also says it is not “going to continue supporting the GOP nominee for president.”
The NRA’s decision comes on the heels of Trump’s recent decision to ban “certain people, including undocumented immigrants, from entering the United States.”
The ban is also causing a backlash in some quarters.
The president’s order also banned transgender people from serving in the military and indefinitely banned refugees from entering.
This is a far cry from LaPierre’s previous comments on the matter.
Trump’s order was “absolutely unconstitutional,” LaPierre said.
“I think it’s a mistake.
The fact that the president of the United State would want to ban people who are here legally, and not allow them to be able to come in legally, is a big mistake.
That’s a very big mistake.”
The president said he will “fight it tooth and nail” in court and “we’ll win.”
Trump said in a statement that the NRA’s endorsement of Trump “isn’t a decision I take lightly.”
“The NRA is the world’s largest and most powerful gun rights organization, and they are proud to be one of the most respected gun manufacturers in the world,” he said.
Trump also said that the association is “committed to keeping the Second Amendment alive and thriving,” adding that the organization will “not be bullied or bullied into silence.”
“We will not stand by and watch as a rigged system turns the people of this country against each other,” Trump said.
The decision comes just days after Trump tweeted that he had “great confidence” that a gun ban would pass.
But the NRA is also “not the only one in the NRA that is against this ban,” LaPara said.
There are already plenty of other groups supporting Trump.
In fact, the NRA has endorsed numerous Republican candidates, including Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and former Alaska Gov.
This week, the group endorsed former Florida Gov.
In an interview with Fox News, LaPierre criticized former Secretary of State John Kerry and Sen. Ted Cruz for their support of the gun ban.
“If you’re a Democrat, it doesn’t matter who you are, you’re voting against this.
If you’re an Independent, you want to vote against it.
If it’s an Independent Republican, you voted against it,” LaPera said.
LaPierre also said Trump’s decision to boycott the NRA was “the biggest thing that could happen” to his presidential campaign.
“The only reason I’m endorsing him right now is because he’s the only person I know who actually believes that gun owners and gun rights are a real American right,” LaPena said in the interview.
“That is something that will not change.”