BEN SHAPIRO (HOST): So, again, there are two ways to read that. One is, there are people here, they have weapons, I don't give a crap. I want them there because I want them to go into Congress and they're not going to hurt me, but they are going to hurt Mike Pence and that's good. That would be actual criminal charges time.
If what Trump is saying is, to Secret Service, I want a big crowd over there, and I'm going to walk over there, I'm going to speak to them, I want a big crowd. So I don't care if there's a metal detector, if there's not a metal detector, they're not here to hurt me. That's a very different, sort of, read. And it sounds like parsing, but it really isn't because, again, you have somebody testifying as to what somebody else said and in this particular case it sounds like the emphasis in the sentence actually matters to the meaning of the sentence, which actually happens a fair bit.