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What Did Hillary Mean? – ‘Those Who Will Do Harm’

At the recent presidential debate, when Hillary Clinton turned the conversation to "gun safety", what exactly, did she mean with the phrase, "will do harm"? This post What Did Hillary Mean? – ‘Those Who Will Do Harm’ appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
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