Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally at Crown Arena, Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2016, in Fayetteville, N.C. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
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On the defensive once again, Donald Trump is blaming faulty interpretations and media bias for an uproar over his comments about the Second Amendment.Was Trump suggesting gun owners take matters into their own hands if Clinton wins the White House?Like so many times before, Trump's supporters and opponents construed his comments in entirely different ways.Trump's team, too, was using the controversy to reinforce a theme it's been pitching to voters: that an underdog Trump is being unfairly treated by the media.Trump's perceived violation of political norms -- candidates don't typically call for physically hurting opponents -- was all the more striking because the position he was criticizing isn't one that Clinton holds.Trump did try to put one other simmering dispute to rest -- at least temporarily. A day after Clinton committed to participating in all three scheduled debates, Trump said he, too, would do three debates, though he seemed to leave himself an out.
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