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NRA to spend $6.5 million boosting Trump as a defender of guns

Now that the NRA is openly mocking people who get mugged, it stands to reason that the nation's largest militia group would also feel the time is right to boost the rest of Trump's deplorables with a $6.5 million ad buy. Starting Wednesday, the NRA is spending $6.5 million on a spot featuring a 26-year-old lawyer named Kristi McMains, who said the pistol in her purse saved her life when a man attacked her in a parking garage.
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