Grant Stinchfield starts the morning off calling out Scot Petersen for his press tour of deflecting blame off himself for the shooting that took place on his watch at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. Deerfield, Ill., board passed an unconstitutional gun ban that would require gun owners to turn in their firearms that fit into the boards broad definition of "assault rifle." Legal Fellow for the Heritage Foundation Amy Swearer joins Grant to breakdown the ban and the new lawsuit against the city. Campus carry advocate Kaitlin Bennet joins Grant this morning to give an update on her continued fight for campus carry laws around the world and her challenge with Parkland survivor David Hogg. North Korea's dictator Kim Jong-un has removed his top three military officials ahead of the summit between the United States and North Korea, leading speculation that the dictator has already made up his mind on what he plans to do at the Summit. Iraqi war veteran and former Military Police Sergeant Chris Neiweem breaks down what to expect from the Summit. NRA Frontlines Correspondent Chuck Holton is live from Mexico giving us the latest at the border. The left says more gun control will stop mass shootings, but John Lott Jr., President for the Crime Prevention Research Center, says there is no evidence that gun control will help. NRA Director of Education and Training Eric Frohardt gives us the latest in what's going on with NRA Carry Guard. Dan Bongino wraps up the show with his take on the latest news of the day.