Chris W. Cox, executive director of the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action, is among the star-studded group of speakers set to address the crowd at this week’s R.N.C. in Cleveland, Ohio.
Chris W. Cox, head of the NRA Institute for Legislative Action, addressed the Republican National Convention last night, delivering brief but forceful remarks alerting Americans that their Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms is very much on the line in this year’s presidential contest.
After speaking at a USA TODAY Newsmakers event during the Republican National Convention, NRA-ILA Executive Director Chris W. Cox recently sat down with USA TODAY's Susan Page. In the interview, he addressed why the presumptive Democratic presidential candidate is so dangerous.
Despite politicians’ hand-wringing and media doom-saying over the fact that open carry of firearms is legal in Cleveland, Ohio—and thus allowed during the Republican National Convention, where hundreds of protestors held demonstrations this week—the event was largely peaceful, as even the San Francisco Chronicle had to report.
At the Republican National Convention Thursday night, Donald Trump officially accepted the Republican presidential nomination.