Trump revives creepy gun rhetoric against Clinton: Disarm her bodyguards -- 'let's see what happens to her'
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks to supporters through a bullhorn during a campaign stop at the Canfield County Fair in Canfield, Ohio, U.S., September 5, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Segar

A month after suggesting Hillary Clinton could be attacked by "Second Amendment people," Donald Trump used similar language during a campaign rally on Friday, The Guardian reported.


Speaking in Florida, Trump accused Clinton of wanting to "abolish" the Second Amendment, then criticized her for traveling with armed Secret Service bodyguards.

"I think that her bodyguards should drop all weapons - they should disarm," he said. "I think they should disarm immediately, what do you think, yes? Take their guns away, she doesn't want guns. Take their guns away, Let's see what happens to her."

Last month, Trump suggested that "the Second Amendment people" could prevent Clinton from picking Supreme Court justices should she win the election.

MSNBC posted video of the remarks, which can be seen below.