The Donald Trump campaign is taking a break from the spotlight, and the media has been quick to call it quits.
Trump, the Republican Party’s presidential nominee, is now spending most of his time on the campaign trail, while his staff and advisers are busy trying to convince voters that they’re on the right track.
This is a time when the country needs more of the candidate we love, and Trump is trying to keep the spotlight on.
Trump has made his position on the issue of gun control and the Second Amendment the focal point of his campaign.
He’s made it clear that he doesn’t want to repeal or change the Second AMM, which protects gun owners from being charged for bringing a gun into their homes.
Instead, he wants to create a “universal background check” and require all gun sales to be through a licensed dealer.
Trump’s position is more nuanced than most Republicans would like.
He does want to expand background checks to include private sales, and he has said he would sign a bill that would do that.
However, he’s not yet ready to take a firm position on whether or not to pass the Second Amm.
There is a reason for this.
Trump is running on a platform of strong gun control, which he claims is based on facts and not ideology.
He is a champion of common sense gun safety measures, like banning assault weapons and high capacity magazines.
But, he has also made clear that his gun control platform isn’t his party’s.
He recently told a crowd at a rally in South Carolina, “I like the Second amendment, but I don’t like the gun control.”
The Republican Party is now taking a long break from its convention, and a lot of media attention is going to go to Trump, as he makes his campaign debut.
The convention is the first time the Trump campaign has held its convention since June.
Trump will have plenty of time to spend campaigning in his home state, and it’s going to be interesting to see how the campaign does with the media and voters.