Donald Trump's apparent purchase of gun sparks speculation

Donald Trump's apparent purchase of gun sparks speculation

Donald Trump, a former U.S. president, was seen admiring a firearm during his visit to South Carolina, igniting a flurry of speculation on social media about whether he bought the gun.

When he was in South Carolina, he reportedly wanted to buy a Glock handgun. A video was released showing Trump inspecting a gun named, inscribed with his likeness.

However, numerous social media posts alleging that Donald Trump had purchased the gun have caused a furore in the media. A campaign post, which was deleted later, appeared to confirm these allegations by stating that Trump 'purchases' the Glock.

The former president was seen saying: ''T a Glock a great gun?' Despite posing with the gun for photos, he did not actually buy it. The visit was part of Trump's entourage, including Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene.

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Donald Trump's interest in firearms comes amid a heated debate regarding gun control in the U.S. Trump said the rise in mass shootings in the U.S. was because of 'genetically engineered' cannabis and mental health issues, rather than a 'gun problem'.

Mary Trump's niece, Donald Trump, has spoken out against the Republicans for allowing 'gun culture' to remain unchecked in the country. She argues that Republicans should prioritise the protection of the Second Amendment over their obligation to safeguard the 'unalienable rights to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness'.

The president of the United States has been advocating for stricter gun control measures and has appealed to Republicans in Congress to join him in implementing 'common sense' reforms, following a series of deadly shootings across the nation.

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