TRACE GALLAGHER (GUEST CO-ANCHOR): That's New York Attorney General Letitia James, kind of giving a laundry list of allegations against the National Rifle Association. And in essence, what's she's saying there is, the NRA is registered as a non-profit in the state of New York, and therefore must follow New York's laws; accusing high-ranking members of the NRA of actually misusing funds for travel and other luxuries, and then reducing the budget of the NRA by some $64 million. This investigation has been ongoing for a while.
The NRA has not responded so far to these allegations. But the NRA has said in the past that these types of investigations are political, and they are aimed at going after the Second Amendment. When the NRA gives a response, we will bring it to you on America's Newsroom.