Sheriff David Clarke, Trump’s new Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security went to Moscow with NRA board member David Keene, to meet with hardline Putin deputy Dmitry Rogozin in December 2015. Rogozin is a target of U.S. sanctions and his specialities include cyberwarfare. Clarke’s trip was paid for in part by a Russian gun rights organization. FYI: the NRA spent over $30 million on Trump’s campaign.
Before the NRA poured more than $30 million into Trump’s election, it met with a notorious Kremlin hardliner, allegedly to discuss a rifle competition.