TRUMP TOWER — Donad Trump keeps a few people entertained at the same time that he induces great fear within the American electorate.
On Friday, Trump said at a rally that armed nightclub-goers shooting the Orlando shooter “would have been a beautiful, beautiful sight.”
But the NRA’s Wayne LaPierre said on CBS’ “Face the Nation” yesterday that “I don’t think you should have firearms where people are drinking.”
A solitary reporter observed, with trepidation, as Dudley Brown, the top dog of Colorado’s Rocky Mountain Gun Owners Association — which is more extremely pro-gun than the NRA — stood next to Trump, beaming ecstatically. “Mr. Trump, I personally guarantee that you will win Colorado after what you said on Friday.”
After Trump fired his campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, speculation was rampant that Dudley Brown would replace him.