Trump gets warm welcome at veterans biker rally

Republican presedential candidate Donald Trump waves to veterans and supporters in Washington, DC on May 29, 2016White House hopeful Donald Trump received a warm welcome Sunday as he addressed a motorcycle rally that attracted many military veterans to the US capital Sunday. “I will protect every bit of the Second Amendment” right to bear arms, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee told several thousand people gathered in front of the Lincoln Memorial, traditionally a favored spot for major political demonstrations in Washington. Trump asked during his address why other countries, nodding at Japan, aren’t asked to pay “100 percent” of the cost of deploying US troops to overseas bases.

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