DALLAS (Reuters) – President Donald Trump urged gun-rights advocates on Friday to support Republican candidates in the November congressional elections, warning that Democrats would try to tighten firearms laws in the wake of a string of mass shootings.

Speaking at the annual convention of the National Rifle Association in Dallas, Trump said, “The one thing that stands between Americans and the elimination of our Second Amendment rights has been conservatives in Congress.”

He said, “We’ve got to get Republicans elected.”

Trump’s Republicans are fighting to maintain their majority control of Congress in November’s midterm elections.

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