The pro-gun lobbyists’ fear of a Clinton presidency – and a liberal supreme court – has outweighed any unease about Donald Trump’s prior support for gun control

To boost Donald Trump’s prospects of becoming president, the National Rifle Association is poised to pour more than $15m into ads in several battleground states to defeat Hillary Clinton, the most vocal pro-gun-control presidential candidate in years, according to an NRA board member.

The NRA has already plowed almost $6.5m into TV spots in several key states bashing Clinton and one NRA board member told the Guardian that the pro-gun goliath will spend “multiples” of that figure by election day on the presidential contest.

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https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/us-elections-2016

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