REPORT: NRA Announces Next President of the Organization

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Retired Marine Lt. Col. Oliver North, infamous for his involvement in the Iran-Contra scandal in the 1980s, will be the next president of the National Rifle Association, the organization says in a statement.

The process will take several weeks, time that North says he will use to “set his affairs in order.” North says he is retiring from Fox News, where he has worked as a commentator and military analyst, effective immediately, according to the statement.

The article goes on to state the following:

On Monday morning, former NRA President Pete Brownell — chief executive of the firearm accessories company Brownells — announced that he was not seeking re-election, in order to spend more time with his family, the NRA says.

The board of directors promptly moved to replace him with North.

“This is the most exciting news for our members since Charlton Heston became President of our Association,” NRA Executive Vice President and CEO Wayne LaPierre said in the statement. “Oliver North is a legendary warrior for American freedom, a gifted communicator and skilled leader. In these times, I can think of no one better suited to serve as our President.”

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