The Bulletproof warrior (BWT) seminar, organized by the National Rifle Association (NRA) and featuring a speaker from the gun group’s executive board, is set for Friday, March 10 at the Washington Marriott Hotel in Washington, DC.
The NRA will host the seminar, which will be followed by a luncheon and the signing of a book, NRA: The Official Handbook for Law Enforcement Officers and their Families, according to a press release from the NRA.
The seminar is expected to draw attendees from the private and public sectors.
It’s expected to last two hours and 30 minutes.
The event will include an open discussion with gun-control advocates, according the press release.
The title of the seminar is “No one Will Stop You.”
The event is also expected to include a luncheons, a forum, a Q&A session, and a signing of the book, according a press contact for the NRA, who did not want to be identified by name.
A panelist will be moderating a discussion on the topic, according NRA.com.
The conference is expected in part to “help law enforcement officers understand the dangers of domestic terrorism and the gun culture,” the press releases said.
The seminars have attracted controversy for the first time since the 2013 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, which left 20 children and six educators dead.
A separate event sponsored by the NRA’s National Rifle Foundation was also canceled amid the controversy.
The group said in its news release that it “has taken the issue of domestic violence seriously for decades, and will continue to do so as the gun lobby continues to exert its influence over American life.”
The NRA has been criticized in recent years for its support of gun control legislation, including its position that a ban on assault weapons is an unconstitutional infringement on Second Amendment rights.
The gun group has also drawn criticism for its controversial stances on gun violence and for its stance that mass shootings are the work of a domestic terrorist organization.
The organization has also been criticized for its decision to host an event with President Donald Trump, a former NRA member, and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
The two men were both on the NRA board before becoming members.
The New York Times reported Friday that a “high-ranking” NRA official was at the event.
The White House also has said that the president will be at the summit, but has not said what he plans to discuss.
The summit was not scheduled for Friday.
The announcement of the event came as the president and first lady Melania Trump attended a shooting exercise with their daughters.
The president and First Lady Melania Trump attend an exercise in which members of the National Guard shoot at targets in New York.
Trump, the first lady, daughter and other first lady attended the exercise with National Guard members in New Jersey.
The first lady told ABC News’ “Good Morning America” that she was at home in New Hampshire when she heard the news.
She said that her first thoughts were “not so good.”
Trump said the exercise was an “amazing day.”
The president told “Good Night, America” on Saturday that he was “disappointed” by the announcement.
“I am so sorry for the families of the fallen, and for the pain and the loss of life,” he said.
“This will be the first day that we are holding a meeting with the families.
We will get together with the First Lady and others from the administration and the military and we will go through this together and we’ll have a chance to talk about what we’re going to do about guns.”
The White Houses National Security Council, the administration’s liaison to Congress on national security, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.