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I apologize and I have no idea. I only vaguely remember something to that affect happening. Maybe a bill was passed for him to sign or something to that affect. I remember, George Bush (Jr.) in both of his debates stating that if a bill came across his desk banning assault weapons he would sign it. And that never happened. So, maybe a bill came across Trump's desk for him to approve. And some procedure he did wasn't legal and it was not accepted. I remember at the time I wondered if he did it on purpose. That way he could say he tried to get the bump stock banned to one group. And on the other hand he could tell the pro-gun people that he did it on purpose. Maybe it was something from the ATF? I really can't remember.

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Originally Posted by R Reynolds
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I read that Donald Trump tried to get the Supreme Court to ban the bump stock and make it illegal under law. But when he filled out the paperwork, he did not fill it out properly for some reason, and his request was rejected by the Supreme Court because of that reason.

Where is this procedure described in the Constitution?
Doesn't a president have the authority to pass or veto a bill that comes to him? Just asking. 🙂

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https://x.com/vdhanson/status/1803438088490008800

Anatomy of a Full Leftwing Meltdown

The media is afire with warnings of the impending Trump “dictatorship”. Celebrities, the Squad, and Biden administration grandees vie to conjure up the most nightmarish things that Trump might do to them.

What drives their current mounting hysteria?

The Left feels it may be heading to an historic 1972 McGovern-like or 1980 Carteresque blowout. And it is terrified at this late date that it cannot do anything either about the escalating dementia of Joe Biden, or the terror instilled by the specter of either a President or continued Vice-President Kamala Harris.

It knows that a first-term novice Trump had a successful four years, and that he now is savvier four years later—and far more likely and able to overturn the entire four-year Biden catastrophe and thus enjoy an even more successful second term.

As we watch the Left go through the proverbial cycles of “denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance”, it will increasingly deny the accuracy of supposedly inaccurate swing state polls, then angrily damn the supposedly clueless, deplorable electorate, then turn to all sorts of dreams of remedies (changing or violating more voting laws being the most prominent), then get sullen about the entire American project, and only finally accept the inevitable of what likely lies ahead.

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Originally Posted by Jimmy W
Originally Posted by R Reynolds
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I read that Donald Trump tried to get the Supreme Court to ban the bump stock and make it illegal under law. But when he filled out the paperwork, he did not fill it out properly for some reason, and his request was rejected by the Supreme Court because of that reason.

Where is this procedure described in the Constitution?
Doesn't a president have the authority to pass or veto a bill that comes to him? Just asking. 🙂

Sure, the President can outright veto a bill and send it back to Congress. But that is not germane to the discussion at hand.

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Originally Posted by R Reynolds
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Originally Posted by R Reynolds
Originally Posted by Jimmy W
I read that Donald Trump tried to get the Supreme Court to ban the bump stock and make it illegal under law. But when he filled out the paperwork, he did not fill it out properly for some reason, and his request was rejected by the Supreme Court because of that reason.

Where is this procedure described in the Constitution?
Doesn't a president have the authority to pass or veto a bill that comes to him? Just asking. 🙂

Sure, the President can outright veto a bill and send it back to Congress. But that is not germane to the discussion at hand.
If you read down toward the bottom it says: "Taking a cue from the NRA, Trump used his executive authority to write a BATF&E regulation banning bump stocks." Unquote. Now what I read was that when Trump first tried that, he screwed up the paperwork and they did not accept his application. Other than that I don't know what you are talking about. But as you remember, Trump told the anti-gun people (the relatives of the victims) he would ban the bump stock. And doing his usual, "Donald Trump talking out both sides of his mouth" he turned around and said he never really wanted the bump stock banned. So, that way he can please the pro gun people and not get into trouble with the NRA. And tell the victim's relatives, "Well, I tried." His first application to do all of this was rejected because of some type of a flaw in his application. That is all I am saying. Have a nice day. smile

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