Two weeks ago, President Donald Trump seemed to embrace comprehensive gun control in the wake of the Florida high school shooting. How do we know this? Because he used those actual words, “comprehensive gun control,” in a meeting with Republicans and Democrats. He even mocked those who are “afraid” of the National Rifle Association and fiercely spoke of “taking” firearms first and then “going to court.” Yet, strangely, GOP leaders in Congress and NRA officials didn’t make much of a fuss. Instead, the NRA had a private meeting in the Oval Office and emerged content.