Republican presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTrump showcases Cabinet picks on 'thank you tour' Trump: Time changed award to 'Person of the Year' to be 'politically correct' Feinstein after dinner with Clinton: She has 'accepted' her loss MORE told supporters Saturday that he will veto President Obama's actions on guns if elected to the White House.
"We're not changing the Second Amendment."
Trump said to loud cheers that there is an "assault" on the Second Amendment as Obama considers executive action on gun control.
"I will veto that. I will unsign that so fast," Trump said.
In his weekly address on Friday, Obama said he will be meeting with Attorney General Loretta Lynch "to discuss options" for reducing gun deaths in the United States.
The announcement of the meeting comes a day after reports that Obama would issue executive actions on stricter gun control after he returns from his vacation in Hawaii.
Those changes reportedly include classifying more gun sellers in high-volume dealers and stricter rules for reporting lost or stolen firearms.
--Updated at 9:03 p.m.