U.S. President Donald Trump enters the East Room to speak at an opioid summit being held at the White House in Washington, U.S., March 1, 2018. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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Trump held a freewheeling, televised meeting with lawmakers at the White House that stretched for an hour Wednesday, and he rejected both his party's incremental approach and its strategy that has stalled action on gun legislation.Trump again voiced support for expanded background checks.Trump's suggestion drew immediate criticism from Republicans. Trump's call for stronger background checks, which are popular among Americans, has been resisted by Republicans and the NRA. Republicans are leaning toward modest legislation designed to improve the background check system.
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