Jim Herriott says he doesn’t know if Donald Trump meant to incite violence against rival Hillary Clinton when he remarked that maybe there was something gun-rights supporters could do to stop Clinton. He hopes not.
Herriott, an unaffiliated voter in Raleigh, North Carolina, was one of numerous citizens across the country asked Wednesday what they thought Trump was saying at a campaign rally the day before.
21:02 In one exchange, Sean Spicer demonstrated why there’s skepticism about Trump’s claims of tolerance25
15:06 Hillary Clinton, Anti-Defamation League urge Trump to address JCC threats, anti-Semitism17
23:47 CPAC’s Organizer Explains Why He Invited (and Disinvited) Yiannopoulos16
00:54 The Trump media survey is phenomenally biased. It's also useful11