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Trump rejects claims he advocated violence against Clinton with '2nd Amendment' comment

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Trump rejects claims he advocated violence against Clinton with '2nd Amendment' comment

Trump rejects claims he advocated violence against Clinton with '2nd Amendment' comment

REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE DONALD TRUMP rejected claims he was advocating violence against Democratic rival Hillary Clinton when he suggested at a rally Tuesday there might be something "Second Amendment people" can do to stop her from picking judges, telling Fox News he was only talking about their "political" power -- and saying of the media coverage: "Give me a break."

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