For one of his last rallies before Election Day, Donald Trump stood up on a stage in Sterling Hills, Michigan where he was embraced by aging rocker and National Rifle Association (NRA) Board Member Ted Nugent. The obnoxious Motor City Madman was a logical choice for Trump, as not only did the NRA build its power around the very coalition Trump embraced as his own—the aging, dispossessed white working-class man—but the NRA invested $14 million in Trump’s victory. This was more than any pro-Trump SuperPAC spent, and you can be sure they are expecting something in return.
So what can we expect from a President Trump fully supported by the NRA? Let’s start with the group’s pet project of a long time now (defeated a few times in Congress), passing something called Concealed Carry Reciprocity (CCR).