INDIANAPOLIS - National Rifle Association President Oliver North announced Saturday that he will not serve a second term.
An NRA board member read a statement from North to members of the group, in which he announced that he wouldn’t be renominated, and recommended the group form a committee to review the NRA’s finances, The Associated Press reported.
North said there is a “clear crisis” that could threaten the gun rights group’s nonprofit status, The Wall Street Journal reported.
North’s term ends Monday.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
BREAKING: @NRA Board member reads a letter from Oliver North saying he has been forced out of the organization due to his allegations that NRA leaders engaged in financial improprieties. North’s term ends Monday. #NRAAM— Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) April 27, 2019