Trump On Clinton's Gun Control Policies: Her Guards 'Should Disarm'
Sep 18 2016 by Larry Hoffman
CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett reports that after enjoying a rise in the polls and a week in which he stuck mostly to the script, it seems Trump is back to the flash-bang style of politics his supporters have come to enjoy.
Presidential nominees are protected at all times by heavily armed teams of Secret Service agents.
At a campaign rally on Friday, the Republican presidential candidate said that Hillary Clinton's bodyguards should "disarm immediately" and "see what happens". And though the NRA, which has endorsed Trump, similarly followed his campaign's lead on the voting spin last time, the pro-gun organization has long operated as if the Second Amendment is a "manual for vigilante justice". Yeah. Take their guns away.
In justifying his remarks, Mr. Trump falsely claimed that Ms. Clinton wants to "destroy your Second Amendment", apparently a reference to her gun control policies. Let's see what happens to her. Take their guns away. "Disarm immediately", Trump said. But remember, it was Trump who asked for Obama's birth certificate. Trump said on "The View".
"But I'll tell you what, that will be a frightful day".
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Her press secretary Brian Fallon later speculated on social media that either Ms Conway had "suddenly determined jokes about assassination would help boost Trump with independents. or the dog is off his leash". Trump said that "Clinton lives behind gates and walls and guards" and that working-class families "just want a fraction of the security enjoyed by our politicians and certainly enjoyed by her".
Clinton recently rejoined the campaign trail after taking some time off.
It's an issue even the president took a moment to address on Friday. "Right?" Trump said during a campaign rally here as the crowd cheered the idea. "I think most people were as well".
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are running close in the Electoral College, according to a new analysis released Saturday. He finally admitted President Obama was born in the United States, but two of the three things he said in his very short statement were brazenly false (that Hillary Clinton started the birther controversy and that he "finished" it). "Period. Donald Trump can not distract from the inescapable fact that he is the one who embraced and promoted the racist birther lie and bears the responsibility for it".
However, in the hours following the allegation, the Clinton campaign said the only proof that Clinton perpetuated "birther" rumors was when a low-level volunteer produced a memo advising Clinton to capitalize on Obama's lack of "American roots".