The memo offers Republican politicians talking points when interviewed about gun control and mass shootings.
"When you're president because of a grand total of less than 78,000 votes spread out over three states, you don't have to alienate too much of your base on an issue they care about to lose," warned conservative radio host Steve Deace.
The president said he won't "make it harder for good, solid, law abiding citizens to protect themselves."
Several police officers have been shot in the Nicetown-Tioga area of Philadelphia, near the Temple University Hospital.
The El Paso gun store also had twice as many gun sales the week after the Walmart massacre, which did not happen after previous mass shootings in Texas.
Justin Olsen of Boardman, Ohio, told the FBI his posts about attacking Planned Parenthood and stocking up on weapons were jokes.
Boyert Shooting Center in Katy is promoting its week-long gun sale with a huge marquee outside its store.
"This [mass shootings] is starting to be, unfortunately, a uniquely American situation," Pirro admonished Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz.
"I can tell you, there's tremendous goodwill for meaningful—I'm talking about meaningful, add that word—meaningful background checks so that sick and demented people don't carry around guns," said Trump, who also confirmed he was speaking with the NRA.
While people are permitted to open carry a firearm, they may not do so in a threatening way.
NRA's leader told the president that background check legislation would hurt his popularity with the Republican base and urged him to reconsider his position, according to officials.
Former President Barack Obama has called on Americans to "soundly reject language coming out of the mouths of any of our leaders that feeds a climate of fear and hatred or normalizes racist sentiments."
"There have been multiple attacks from self-declared white terrorists here in the U.S. in the last several months," Bush, the Texas Land Commissioner, said.
The students' suspension from the fraternity came the day before what would have been Emmett Till's 71st birthday.
More needs to be done to protect those at risk of domestic violence, a co-author of the study told "Newsweek."
A woman at a Missouri DMV claimed she needed to be served immediately because "the president's security was in danger."
Police in Houston said a robbery suspect put down his gun on the fireworks stand's counter, only for it to be used against him.
"We'll fight for our members right there and across the nation, and defend their interests like never before," an NRA representative told Newsweek in response to a tweet from the president.
"The Second Amendment is not a second-class right and adults over the age of eighteen but under twenty-one are not second-class people," a firearms advocate said.
"We talked about what our community is about, and what are things they stand for," Palmer told Newsweek. "It's a safe community. They're very proud of their country and almost everybody here likes to hunt."
Last year, at least 73 children under the age of 12 were killed by a loaded gun in their homes.
"I have been in political coup attempts. I have been held hostage overseas. I have been jailed politically overseas," Oregon state senator Brian Boquist.
Four of the gunshot victims are teenagers.
House Republicans look to permanently eliminate gun-free school campuses across the country by reintroducing a bill to fully repeal the Gun-Free School Zones Act.
The senators wrote that it's "past due time" to update the 1989-era regulations on toy guns.
"Gov. Northam is following the gun control playbook by exploiting a tragedy to push his failed political agenda," the group said.
The NRA is preventing its longtime public relations firm from turning over documents to Democrats on the Senate Finance Committee investigating alleged financial mismanagement.