Former President Donald Trump has penciled in a stop at the National Rifle Association’s annual Great American Outdoor Show in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, next month to reiterate his support for the Second Amendment and gun rights.
While Trump has long been supportive of the NRA and a regular speaker at their more formal annual convention, his plan to speak in Harrisburg gives him an opportunity to reach out to regular members and a broader audience of anglers, hunters, and outdoors enthusiasts.
The show at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex is the largest of its kind and features acres of sporting goods and fishing and hunting guides. The show was saved by the NRA in 2013 after the former organizer banned the showing of sporting rifles following the 2012 Newtown, Connecticut, school shooting. Most exhibitors withdrew