Tuesday night Donald Trump told Sean Hannity that “there can be no other interpretation” of his comments about “2nd amendment people” preventing Hillary Clinton from appointing pro-gun control judges if she is elected president other than his interpretation.
For the record: Trump says he meant the NRA and voters who care about 2nd amendment rights will be motivated and organized in November and through their votes they will prevent Clinton from becoming president.
OK… that’s fine.
But, on Hannity, he suggested that any other interpretation is just crazy talk:
“Nobody in that room thought anything other than what you just said. This is a political movement. This is a strong, powerful movement, the 2nd Amendment.
The NRA, as you know, endorsed me — they’re terrific people. Wayne (LaPierre) and Chris (Cox) and all the people over there and they tweeted out, basically they agree 100 percent with what I said. And there can be no other interpretation. Even reporters have told me. I mean, give me a break.”