He could first of all say that in his remark there was no ambiguity whatsoever about when “Second Amendment people” would apply. Obviously it would only apply after Hillary Clinton was elected and she could appoint judges.
So, he could simply say, even if he meant that “Second Amendment people,”really meant killing her (or maybe just the judges), his solution applied only AFTER she was elected. Not to worry, all would be well and no one would have to kill anyone because, without a doubt, He, Donald Trump would be President. That is, they should vote him in to save themselves from keeping their guns by becoming murderers!
— Snapshot taken exactly at the words, “that will be a horrible day,” spoken after “the Second Amendment people, maybe there is. But, but, I’ll tell you what. That will be…” That is, during his attempt to retract what he realized he had just said. But it doesn’t really do that because saying, “that will be a horrible day,” which it would be, says NOTHING about being against that day!