Arkansas Republican Sen. Tom Cotton said on CBS's "Face the Nation" Sunday that there "were on Hillary Clinton's private server, there were conversations among her senior advisers about this gentleman".
The Trump campaign insisted the candidate's words referred to the power of "Second Amendment people" to unify.
Trump spokesman Jason Miller said the candidate was not speaking literally.
It wasn't immediately clear what Trump meant.
"O$3 ur campaign is not interested in playing along with a debate about debates or bargaining around them", said Clinton campaign chair John Podesta.
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Trump, for his part, may suggest that his "Second Amendment" quip was taken out of context.
By day's end, Trump was drawing criticism on several fronts, another chapter in a campaign marked by bitterness and partisanship. If @HillaryClinton gets to pick her anti-#2A #SCOTUS judges, there's nothing we can do.
Not long after the rally was over, the Trump campaign released a message about the statement, titled "dishonest media".
During the event, he said falsely that Clinton "essentially wants to abolish the Second Amendment".
- Chris Murphy (@ChrisMurphyCT) August 9, 2016What would Secret Service do if a citizen suggested that "2nd Amendment people" *do something* to stop a presidential nominee?
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Hillary Clinton's campaign manager had his own interpretation.
"Clinton", he called for Secret Service investigation. If Hillary gets to put her judges-right now we're tied, you see what's going on, we're tied because Scalia-this was not supposed to happen, Justice Scalia was supposed to be around for ten more years at least.
On Monday, Trump had seemed to be heeding Republican advice to stick to a message of criticizing Clinton and other Democrats while putting forward economic policy proposals in a speech in Detroit.
Meanwhile Susan Collins, one of the most moderate Republicans in the Senate, said on Tuesday she would not be voting for Mr Trump as president.
And Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., said that because he believed Trump "suggested someone kill Sec".
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