NRA denies receiving foreign money for US elections

A senator is seeking financial records related to a Russian with NRA ties.

“The national security as well as legal implications of those reports make it imperative that Congress conduct a thorough investigation,” Wyden wrote.

According to the Center for Responsive Politics, the NRA reported spending nearly $55 million on the 2016 elections, including more than $30 million in support of Trump.

A Wyden aide told ABC News that the senator “is reviewing the NRA’s response and considering additional follow-up questions.”

“When we declare our schools to be gun free zones, it just puts our students in far more danger,” Trump told the crowd of supporters. “People that are adept with weaponry and with guns — they teach. I don’t want to have 100 guards with rifles standing all over the school. You do a concealed carry permit.”