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Steve Schmidt on Trump: 'What about lighting the Constitution on fire? Any objections to that?'

03:17

Calling back to Trump’s statement that he could shoot someone on 5th avenue and get away with, Steve Schmidt asks, “What about walking down Constitution Avenue to the National Archives and lighting the Constitution on fire? Any objections to that?”