Donald trump has expressed bitter controversy on Tuesday with comments on the right to bear arms, which was interpreted by many as a threat of violence against Hillary Clinton.
Ambiguous comments trump has alarmed some political observers, if he was trying to threaten the life of Hillary or called for increased political activity. Robby Mook, campaign Manager, Clinton, released the comments in response to trump's words.
"Trump says dangerous things. A person wishing to be President of the United States should not offer violence in any case," he said.
Trump defended his comments on Tuesday, insisting that he was telling his supporters to use the power of your voice to stop Clinton from appointing President. But controversial statements trump previously pointed to a scenario in which Clinton will be appointed judges of the Supreme court.
Jason Miller, senior communications adviser to trump, said in a statement that trump was just talking about the Second amendment much influence supporters as a group.
The former head of the CIA, retired General Michael Hayden added: "You are only responsible for what you say, You are responsible for as it is heard by the people."
"Hillary Clinton has made it clear that she wants to see a change in the right of law-abiding citizens to keep and bear arms," he said. "Donald trump responded that the people who value the right who believe that firearms in the hands of law-abiding citizens make our communities safer, should participate in the political process and let their voice be heard."
Campaign, which opposes trump was shocked by his statement addressed to Hillary Clinton and said that he urgently needs to withdraw from the race and arrested by the FBI for a hint of a political murder.
sections: Politics, World News, Accidents