Trump Just Revealed The Massive Thing He’d Do About Guns On His First Day In Office

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Even as Barack Obama touted the supposed benefits of gun control during a CNN-hosted town hall event Thursday night, Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump shared an altogether opposing viewpoint with an enthusiastic Vermont crowd.

Not afraid to put forward bold – and controversial – campaign promises as part of his unconventional White House bid, Trump told supporters in Burlington that he would ban areas many gun rights activists feel represent attractive targets for those bent on violence.

“You know what a gun-free zone is to a sicko?” he asked the crowd. “That’s bait!”

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He went on to declare that one of his first acts should he be elected president will be to make sure certain places are no longer allowed to prohibit all firearms.

“I would get rid of gun-free zones on schools,” he said, adding military bases to the list as well.

“My first day, it gets signed,” Trump declared.

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His rhetoric reportedly resonated among the roughly 1,500 in attendance, with the Washington Examiner describing “a deafening applause” following his statement.

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Trump went on to indirectly reference the massacre that left four Marines dead at two separate military sites in Tennessee last year.

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“I mean think of it,” he concluded, “—a gun-free zone on a military base with some of the best soldiers we have sitting there, relaxing, watching television. A guy walks in, kills them immediately.”

Though this was not the first pro-gun statement Trump has made on the campaign trail, some critics have pointed out his seemingly less supportive statements from years past.

In 2000, when Trump advanced the notion of a Reform Party presidential campaign, he shared his desire to ban all “assault weapons” while increasing the waiting period required for purchasing a firearm.

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 if the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet, and the people are not warned, and the sword comes and takes any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood I will require at the watchman’s hand.
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