Trump doubles down: I could murder someone in cold blood and still lead the GOP candidate field
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Donald Trump again on Tuesday said he could murder people and his supporters would stay loyal.


Last month, the GOP front runner and real estate mogul said he could shoot someone in cold blood and he would maintain his lead with voters.

“They say I have the most loyal people,” Trump said in January, “Where I could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn’t lose any voters, okay? It’s like incredible.”

On Tuesday, during a pre-caucus rally in Nevada, Trump repeated his claim that he could kill someone without consequence, at least in the polls.

“Sixty-eight percent,” he said, “would not leave under any circumstance. I think that means murder, I think it means anything, okay?”

Watch Trump's comments, as posted online, here: