The National Rifle Association issued a less than encouraging statement after meeting with Vice President Joe Biden for a roundtable discussion on new measures that the federal government might take to limit future gun deaths and mass shootings. The NRA’s tersely worded statement attacked the motivation behind the White House’s summit and expressed “disappointment” in the Obama administration’s “agenda to attack the Second Amendment.”

The NRA, which was invited to and participated in today’s summit, said in a post-meeting statement that they continue to be committed to supporting meaningful measures that may reduce future incidences of gun violence. However, they said that none of the proposals they support were on the table at today’s meeting.

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