Man arrested for "wanting to shoot Donald Trump"

Man arrested for "wanting to shoot Donald Trump"
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A man arrested at a Donald Trump rally at the weekend for allegedly trying to grab a policeman’s gun said he wanted to shoot the candidate.

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A man arrested at a Donald Trump rally at the weekend for allegedly trying to grab a policeman’s gun said he wanted to shoot the candidate.

The Secret Service caught a man who claims he wanted to shoot Trump at a rally #Election2016https://t.co/JD16TL3yUNpic.twitter.com/KfGrMafi1J

— UPROXX (@UPROXX) June 21, 2016

Nineteen-year-old Michael Steven Sandford was detained at a Las Vegas hotel on Saturday.

BBC News – Arrested man 'wanted to shoot Trump' https://t.co/dxilge0WU8

— Barbara Cannon (@BarbaraACannon) June 20, 2016

Steven who owns a British drivers licence, is reported to have said he had been attempting to kill Trump for a year but decided to act now because he finally felt confident about trying it.

Trump who is the presumptive Republican presidential candidate has made no comment.

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