Donald Trump’s inciting speeches have always riled up his supporters. Perhaps this is the precise reason the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) could investigate if the Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, issued an assassination threat to his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton through one of his oratory performances.

Trump may have suggested that gun rights supporters could take matters in their own hands should Hillary Clinton succeed the 45th president of the United States and become the 46th head of state of America. During one of his speeches, he expressed concern over the rights Ms.

Clinton would gain as the president of the U.S., specifically, pertaining to appointment of the Supreme Court judges.

Repeating his disdain about Hillary Clinton and her alleged intentions of essentially doing away with the Second Amendment which grants the Americans right to protect themselves, Donald Trump warned his listeners that it would be a “horrible day” if Ms. Clinton would be elected as the next president of the United States and secured the right to appoint a tie-breaking Supreme Court justice.

What did Donald Trump say that seemedthreatening to Hillary Clinton?

“If she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks,” said Trump.

Amidst the strong jeering at the possibility of Hillary Clinton becoming president, Trump quipped, “Although the Second Amendment people — maybe there is, I don’t know.”

Though the comments may appear ambiguous, they do seemto imply he was suggesting gun violence against Ms. Clinton or on a less threatening note; he was merely calling for intensified political action against the Democratic presidential nominee.

Trump's comments earn strong rebuke:

While the comments could be interpreted in more ways than one, Democrats, gun control activists and many others have accused Trump of suggesting gun rights activists resort to violence against Ms. Clinton or liberal jurists.

Whatever may be Donald Trump’s true intentions behind the comments, a large group of people, including Ms. Clinton, feel that nobody seeking a leadership position such as American presidency, should suggest violence in any way.

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