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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Thursday poured cold water on prospects for a bipartisan compromise on gun legislation, even as Attorney General William Barr circulated a draft plan on Capitol Hill to expand background checks for gun sales.

In a Fox News interview that aired Thursday, Trump said no deal is imminent, more than six weeks after mass shootings in Texas and Ohio killed more than 30 people.

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“We’re going very slowly,” Trump said, adding that while he doesn’t want “bad people” to have weapons, he won’t allow any plan to move forward that takes guns away from law-abiding people or restricts Second Amendment rights.

AG Barr is floating a proposal that would require background checks on all commercial gun sales, including at gun shows.

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  1. We already HAVE background checks at Gun Shows. There’s no such thing as a “gun show loophole”. You MUST be a resident of that state, with a valid drivers license, at your current address in order to purchase a firearm at a gun show.

    If you are an Out-Of-State resident, you are NOT permitted to buy ANY firearm. You “might” be able to do an FFL transfer. That would have to be up to the gun dealer and it’s states laws if you can submit to a background check, pay for the firearm, but that gun would need to be shipped to a licensed gun dealer to complete the transfer.

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