A state Republican Party leader brought a pair of handcuffs to an MSNBC interview Thursday, arguing Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonGrassley blasts Democrats over unwillingness to probe Clinton GOP lawmakers cite new allegations of political bias in FBI Top intel Dem: Trump Jr. refused to answer questions about Trump Tower discussions with father MORE could appear in them on Inauguration Day.

Dallas Woodhouse, executive director of North Carolina’s GOP, said he doesn't think Democrats will turn out to support their presidential nominee.

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"The Democrats have a depression problem. You know why? It’s very simple. Their candidate, if elected, could have these on Inauguration Day," he said, holding up the handcuffs. 

“Hillary Clinton inauguration jewelry,” Woodhouse added.

“Is this the kind of rhetoric you want to be seeing five days out from an election? You’re holding up handcuffs on our air here,” MSNBC's Hallie Jackson responded.

“Here's the bottom line. Mr. Obama was here in North Carolina yesterday, at Chapel Hill, a very liberal area, had a big rally. Guess what? He’s not her. He’s much more inspiring to people in North Carolina to vote than she is," Woodhouse continued.

"She is accused of misdeeds with her emails. She is accused of problems with the Clinton Foundation. People in America don’t trust her. And that’s why Democrats have a depression problem," he said.

His brother, Brad Woodhouse, president of the pro-Clinton super PAC Correct the Record, quickly took to Twitter to respond to the segment and apologize to the interviewer: