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>> A new Reuters/Ipsos poll out Wednesday showing nearly one in five registered Republicans want Donald Trump to drop out of the race. The poll conducted before Trump's latest firestorm suggesting Tuesday that gun activists could stop Hillary Clinton from nominating a Supreme Court justice.>> If she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks.
Although the Second Amendment people, maybe there is, I don't know.>> Trump's comment appearing to cross a line even for him. Interpreted by some as going so far as to suggest violence against Clinton to prevent her from getting the chance to fill the Court's vacant seat. Trump's camp saying he was merely talking about the power of gun rights advocates to change policy.
The Republican candidate telling Fox News host Sean Hannity Tuesday, that if anything the controversy is quote, a good thing because it makes more people aware of his pro gun stance. Alana Wise is following the story for Reuters.>> The larger problem is that this is something people think is reasonable to think that Trump has said, that feeds into this idea that he's a loose cannon and he doesn't have control over his very freewheeling, off the cuff style of speech.
That puts a lot of Republicans on edge as well as a lot of Democrats for that matter.>> The controversy coming as Trump was trying to right the ship after being condemned by several Republicans as being unfit to serve.