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Trump says Clinton guards should disarm

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>> Donald Trump once again raising the possibility of violence against his rival Hillary Clinton. Suggesting she disarm her Secret Service bodyguards to see what happens to her without their protection.>> I think they should disarm, immediately, what do you think, yes?>>
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>> Yes, yeah. Take their guns away, she doesn't want guns.
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Take their, let's see what happens to her. Take their guns away, okay, it'll be very dangerous.>> The Republican presidential nominee was speaking at a rally in Miami where he compared his supporters, who he said back police and want crime reduced. To Clinton, who he derided as someone who quote, lives behind walls and raises money from hedge funds.
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As a presidential candidate, Donald Trump has the same Secret Service detail, guns and all, as Clinton. The provocative remarks coming just a month after Trump was widely criticized for suggesting that gun rights supporters could act to stop Clinton from nominating liberal US Supreme Court justices. A comment some interpreted as suggesting she be assassinated.
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>> If she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do folks.>>
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]>> Although the Second Amendment people, maybe there is, I don't know.>> Donald Trump has repeatedly claimed, falsely, that Clinton wants to abolish the Second Amendment. While Clinton has called for tighter access to guns.
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Clinton's campaign manager, reacting to Friday's comments, saying they fall into a pattern of Trump inciting people to violence.