The incoming president of the National Rifle Association has a long—and notorious—history of peddling alternative facts.
His comment was in response to Oliver North equating gun control activists with "civil criminal terrorists" in an interview earlier this week.
Oliver North also compared the plight of NRA leaders to black activists during the civil rights era.
In a previous campaign video, the antiestablishment candidate for Georgia's governor's seat aimed a shotgun at a teenager who purportedly wanted to date his daughter.
An encounter caught on video showed a man arguing with Milano while another man accused her of being a "hypocrite" for having armed security.
The lobby group called for a boycott of the eatery because it claimed support for gun regulations on its receipts.
Trump doubled down on his promise to protect "the right to self-defense" via defending the Second Amendment.
"We understand how the juxtaposition of certain ads and news stories can appear extremely insensitive."
"Smartphones are EVERYWHERE, so your new pistol will easily blend in with today's environment."
Florida school shooting survivors note hypocrisy that guns are being banned to protect safety of Vice President.
The NRA says YETI no longer wants to do business with them. YETI says that's not what happened.
"David reads his gun talking points well; I want to see if he knows which end of a shotgun the shells go in," he said.
While lawmakers across the country have introduced gun control legislation since the Parkland shooting, some states are passing laws to protect the Second Amendment.
The NRA linked to a website blaming law enforcement for the Parkland shooting.
The revelation paints a different picture than the gun rights group's previous disclosures.