Trump: If Hillary Wants Americans Disarmed, She Should Start With Her Personal Security Force

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During an August 24 speech in Manchester, New Hampshire, Donald Trump spoke of the danger and ruin that has overtaken much of the black community under Democrat policies and he warned that Clinton will make it even worse by disarming law-abiding single black mothers and others via her campaign against the Second Amendment.

He stressed that Clinton does not feel the pain of the black community because she lives a life far removed from them; a life where she is isolated among the one percent while pursuing policies that weigh down the 99 percent–and particularly the poorest among the 99 percent–with unbelievable burdens.

Trump said:

When you’re like the Clintons, getting $69 million in contributions from Wall Street and big banks…it’s easy to look down on the so-called little people–which is the way she views of the people of our country. It’s easy to look down on the devastation caused by our open borders, when you spend all of your time with wealthy donors and Hollywood celebrities. It’s easy to ignore the heartfelt concerns of communities about radical Islam entering our country when you spend your time hanging out with foreign dictators, in their lavish palaces and homes.

He then took his home run swing:

And it’s easy, no doubt, for Hillary Clinton to turn a blind eye to the ravages of crime when she has her own, personal, armed security force. Now she wants to essentially dismantle our Second Amendment. I think the first thing she should do is call up Washington and immediately request that her great Secret Service agents drop all weapons–let them walk around with no weapons–and let’s see how she feels about that when she wants to take away your guns.

AWR Hawkins is the Second Amendment columnist for Breitbart News and political analyst for Armed American Radio. Follow him on Twitter: @AWRHawkins. Reach him directly at


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