President Trump considering rules on 3-D Plastic Guns
"I am looking into 3-D Plastic Guns being sold to the public," Trump said, appearing to favor curbs, "already spoke to NRA, doesn't seem to make much sense!"
Trump was referring to the National Rifle Association, the powerful gun lobby that has become an integral part of the Republican political machine.
During his 18-month presidency, which has seen a fresh wave of mass shootings at schools and public places, Trump has occasionally seemed to favor tougher gun regulations, before buckling under pressure from his base and donors.
After a lengthy legal battle, Trump's government last month reached a landmark agreement with Cody Wilson, a militant gun rights advocate from Texas.
He successfully argued that the US Constitution's Second Amendment, which guarantees the right to private gun ownership, should extend to a person's right to make guns at home -- uncontrolled by authorities since they will bear no serial number.
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