Former US Rep. Chris Shays Says He's Voting For Clinton
Aug 11 2016 by Johnny Bowman
But it's unclear at what level in the campaign structure the conversations occurred.
The day after Trump delivered a relatively restrained speech on economic policy, the candidate once again trampled on Republican hopes that he would suddenly disguise himself as an acceptable politician.
"No such meeting or conversation ever happened", Trump tweeted in response to CNN's report.
"Do you really think he was urging people to kill Hillary Clinton?". "Though the Second Amendment people, maybe there is, I don't know".
"Hillary wants to essentially abolish the Second Amendment", Trump told a rally in Wilmington, North Carolina, referring to the US Constitution's clause that enshrines "the right to bear arms". His campaign said the comment was misinterpreted even as it sparked backlash from Clinton's campaign as well as some Republicans.
Trump's team fired back to say the 70-year-old Manhattan billionaire simply meant that gun rights advocates were a powerful voting force.
"This is a political movement".
Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani argued that Trump doesn't make indirect comments - he shares his opinion without reserve.
Other top Republicans, including Senator Susan Collins of ME this week, have disavowed Trump but said they can not back Clinton, either. He doesn't understand the basic requirements of being president of the United States.
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That's a point the Daily News acknowledged on Tuesday night.
Trump has repeatedly suggested that Clinton will "abolish" the Second Amendment. "It was so obvious to all of us what he meant".
Rather wants Trump to know: "History is watching".
But Clinton supporters continued to slam Trump on Wednesday, saying that violence is never a joking matter.
Top officials from Clinton's headquarters in Brooklyn, New York, held calls with state party officials in Arizona and Georgia to discuss making six-figure investments in the two states, according to a source.