Trump has long been comfortable defying conventional Republican policy tenets, working ever since his entry into the 2016 race to pull the party toward him, on trade, on entitlements, on infrastructure and more. The NRA was one of Trump's biggest 2016 supporters, and has seemed taken aback. The group already has pushed back on his call to raise the purchase age for certain guns to 21. If any GOP president could have the ability to test gun control positions without a devastating backlash from his base, it could be this president. Do you think this is hurting his base or do you support Trump taking charge on the situation and not letting outside sources affect his decision.