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Trump: efforts to raise minimum age for buying long guns ‘quickly’

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The Wall Street Journal’s Jerry Seib says President Trump the credibility of the NRA puts him in a unique position.

President Trump said on Monday, “things are moving fast” when it comes to raising the minimum age for the acquisition of certain weapons, but, he said, is the Problem play out in the courts, before we act.

The President tweeted that the “18 to 21 age limits,” he is “, observed court hearings and judgments before you act.”

….On the 18 to 21 age limits, observed court hearings and judgments before you act. States this decision. Things are moving fast, but not much political support (to put it mildly).

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 12. March 2018

“States the decision,” trump added. “Things are moving fast, but not much political support (to put it mildly).”

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The National Rifle Association on Friday, the Federal government has filed suit over gun control legislation, Florida Gov. Rick Scott signed, saying it violates the Second Amendment by raising the age limit for the purchase of weapons in the state from 18 to 21.

Licensed firearm dealers under Federal law handguns to sell to persons under 21 and can’t. long weapons to sell to persons under the age of 18 Trump has suggested that he supports raising the age limit for long guns to 21.

But when the White house announced a number of recommendations from Sunday night to stop school shootings, not to buy it, with a proposal to raise the minimum age of long guns.

White HOUSE ANNOUNCES GUN safety recommendations

The proposals, however, involve a complete audit and assessment of the FBI tip line after warnings about a student, the non-traded 17 people killed in a Florida high school in the last month.

The administration reiterated trump is to measure the support for a Congress, known as the Fix NICS, which helps to improve the local authorities, efforts to input data into the National Instant Criminal Background Check System, and the Congress-to-STOP-violence in schools act to improve school safety and provide some funding for such efforts.

“A very strong improvement and strengthening of background checks will be fully supported by “White house”,” Trump tweeted on Monday. “Legislation is advancing. Bump-share soon. Highly qualified experts, the teachers will be allowed to wear disguise, is subject to the law of the land. Armed guards are OK, a deterrent!”

Very strong improvement and strengthening of background checks is fully supported by the White house. Legislation. Bump-share soon. Highly qualified experts, the teachers will be allowed to wear disguise, is subject to the law of the land. Armed guards are OK, deterrent!…….

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 12. March 2018

The recommendations were announced, almost a month after the mass shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.

Fox News’ Samuel Chamberlain and Joseph Weber and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Alex Pappas is a political reporter at FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter at @Alex Pappas.

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