Trump defended the NRA and its CEO, Wayne LaPierre, who have come under intense pressure from Parkland students and others who blame them for blocking gun laws that could help prevent future school and other mass shootings.
Noir argues that the media prefers to cover mass shootings in suburbia rather than the everyday gun violence in inner cities because black kids dying isn't compelling enough for their audiences.
Loesch also starred in a video the NRA posted last June in which Loesch claimed, among other things, that liberals "use their schools to teach children that their president is another Hitler". "We share a goal, of safe schools", he said.
In Florida, meanwhile, funerals continued. "They want to sweep right under the carpet the failure of school security, the failure of the family, the failure of America's school systems and even the unbelievable failure of the Federal Bureau of Investigation".
Trump wrote that he is committed to pushing for comprehensive background checks and limiting the age of those buying assault-style weapons. I don't want to tell my son, 'You're going to have to participate in an active shooter drill.' I'd much rather have a hardened school. The youngest of Trump's five children, 11-year-old Barron, attends a private school in Potomac, Maryland.
Here's why Kate Middleton didn't wear black at BAFTAs
At the same time , finding a middle ground with the color and accessories to show support to the Time's Up movement . Middleton, who is expecting her third child with Prince William , had a black velvet ribbon underneath her bust.
"I am not going to be silenced by attacks from the NRA or anyone else - and neither will my Senate colleagues or the students from Stoneman Douglas".
Vice President Mike Pence issued an impassioned condemnation of North Korea at the Conservative Political Action Conference Thursday in response to criticism of his choice to ignore the North Korean Olympic delegation and sit during the country's national anthem.
In Florida, Republican Sen. Before the CPAC crowd, Cruz derided CNN's town hall on Wednesday night with some of the survivors as an "infomercial" and said that the predictable calls for new restrictions were "tiresome".
The NRA is a key sponsor of the conference, and until now largely quiet about the Parkland, Fl., high school shooting. "The whole idea from some of our opponents that armed security makes us less safe is completely ridiculous".
He also hit out at the "breathless national media" that was "eager to smear the NRA in the midst of genuine grief". "I'm not saying you love the tragedy, but you love the ratings". "I have a major problem with all of these tragedy-dry humping whores", she said. Then he rattled off businesses and people - from jewelry stores to Hollywood actors - who pay for security, calling for Americans to "harden our schools" in the same way. "If they seize power. our American freedoms could be lost and our country will be changed forever ...the first to go will be the Second Amendment".
Don't test our resolve, Netanyahu warns Iran
Mr Netanyahu spoke out against an worldwide nuclear deal with Iran , saying it has "unleashed a risky Iranian tiger in our region and beyond".
In the end, Trump did not stray too far from conservative Republican orthodoxy.
"What we're looking for is solutions that don't ban a class of firearms for all individuals but ban all weapons for certain individuals who are identified as threats to public safety", White House spokesman Raj Shah said.
Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer said he was skeptical the president would follow though. "That's what common sense gun laws look like". I've spoken to them often in the last two days.
Indeed, it is not clear that the GOP-controlled Congress, which is in recess, will take up or act on a variety of legislative proposals that have been made to address gun violence. A day earlier, the organization issued a statement saying it opposes raising the age limit.
Unemployment rises at sharpest rate for almost five years
This is the largest rise in the jobless total since early 2013 and the first time it has jumped since the summer of 2016. Wednesday's data marks the first time since August 2016 that the UK's headline rate of unemployment has climbed.