President Trump addressed the NRA annual convention, the first time a sitting President has done so since Ronald Reagan.

FOX's Eben Brown reports from Atlanta:

The President gave due gratitude to the five million member large National Rifle Association, whose political prowess and money was put to work to help the President win last November, but he warns there are still forces still trying to push gun control:

(President Trump) "We're up against those who would take away our freedoms, restrict our liberties and even those who want to abolish the Second Amendment. We must be vigilant and I know you are all up to the task."

The 10,000 members here applaused when hearing the name Neil Gorsuch, who many hear feel will work to preserve gun owners rights in the U.S. Supreme Court.

In Atlanta, Eben Brown, FOX News.

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