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Biden to deliver a speech on gun safety at previously scheduled event hours after his son is found guilty on gun charges

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden is set to address gun safety and his administration's steps to reduce gun violence in a speech Tuesday at an annual conference on the issue — hours after his son was found guilty on gun-related charges by a federal jury in Delaware.

He's scheduled to headline Everytown for Gun Safety's annual training conference, Gun Sense University, in Washington at 1:30 p.m. ET. The group said that the conference brings together volunteers and survivors of gun violence from across the country "to share best practices, participate in training sessions about effective organizing and prepare for the crucial work ahead."

The Biden-Harris 2024 presidential campaign released a memo ahead of the president's speech touting the administration's accomplishments to decrease gun violence.

"Fighting for a safer America — an America that does its part to save more lives from gun violence — is on the ballot this November," said the memo from campaign senior spokesperson Kevin Munoz.

Biden "signed the most significant federal bipartisan gun safety legislation in nearly 30 years," the memo said, "that went after gun traffickers and expanded federal background checks; has worked to combat deadly, untraceable ghost guns; and closed the background check loophole — and more."

The memo also blamed former President Donald Trump’s staunch support for the NRA and opposition to gun legislation for “the largest increase in violence in American history, leading to 20,000 more people dead by gun violence.”

Munoz said the Biden-Harris campaign is focused on gun issues. Last Friday, he said that Vice President Kamala Harris held a gun violence prevention campaign event in Maryland with Senate candidate Angela Alsobrooks. On the

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