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Trump Has Hard-Hitting Message for America’s Youth, Reveals What He Believes Is Truly Important

There was plenty of news to come out of this weekend’s National Rifle Association’s Leadership Forum — the group’s annual convention, held this year in Indianapolis — and not all of it was from President Donald Trump pulling out of a treaty.


There was plenty of news to come out of this weekend’s National Rifle Association’s Leadership Forum — the group’s annual convention, held this year in Indianapolis — and not all of it was from President Donald Trump pulling out of a treaty. 


 Sure, the majority of the headlines came from the president’s decision to withdraw the United States from a United Nations arms treaty that conservative critics say is beset by noncompliance from major exporters of conventional arms, including both China and Russia, and could eventually affect domestic gun laws in the U.S. 


 (Then-President Barack Obama signed the treaty in 2013, according to Fox News, but it was never ratified by the U.S. Senate. Thanks to Trump’s move Friday, it’s not going to be.)However, there was another piece of news from the speech that didn’t get as much attention — including the president staking out cultural ground for the 2020 election with a message involving American values.“Together, we are fighting for the timeless values that have built and sustained our nation. And our nation is greater today than it has ever been. Stronger, richer. We’re doing better than ever before,” Trump told the audience.“We believe in the rule of law. And we will always protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. And there are some people that are running right now; I don’t think they have that number one on their list.“We believe that children should be taught to love our country, honor our history, and always respect our great American flag,” he continued.



The president also said that “(w)e know that faith and family, not government and bureaucracy, are the center of American life. And above all else, we know this: In America, we don’t worship government; we worship God.” 


 It wasn’t exactly the most click-worthy point during the president’s speech, but it represented an interesting dichotomy between himself and the Democrat field for 2020. 


 “Every day, citizens across America exercise their constitutional right to defend themselves, their families, and their communities. That’s a constitutional right,” Trump told the audience, while noting that “Democrats want to take it away from you. They will take it away.”


Original post can be found at The Western Journal