Donald TrumpDonald TrumpVeteran accused in alleged border wall scheme faces new charges Arizona Republicans to brush off DOJ concern about election audit FEC drops investigation into Trump hush money payments MORE's suggestion that Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonMcConnell: Taliban could take over Afghanistan by 'the end of the year' Hillary Clinton: There must be a 'global reckoning' with disinformation Pelosi's archbishop calls for Communion to be withheld from public figures supporting abortion rights MORE's bodyguards "drop all weapons" is an incitement to violence, her running mate, Sen. Tim KaineTimothy (Tim) Michael KaineOn The Money: Incomes, consumer spending soared in March | Harris, senators work behind scenes on jobs package | Biden cancels some border wall construction Harris, senators work behind scenes on jobs package Overnight Defense: Gillibrand makes new push for military sexual assault reform | US troops begin leaving Afghanistan | Biden budget delay pushes back annual defense policy bill MORE (D-Va.), said Sunday. 


"I was stunned when I saw that," Kaine said on "Fox News Sunday." 

"That is an incitement to violence ... or being cavalier or reckless about violence, and that has no place in this election." 

Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, at a rally Friday said Clinton's Secret Service detail should have their guns taken away and "see what happens to her." 

“I think that her bodyguards should drop all weapons,” he said. “They should disarm. Right? I think they should disarm immediately. 

“Take their guns away. She doesn’t want guns. … Let’s see what happens to her. Take their guns away, OK? It’d be very dangerous.”

Kaine argued that Trump's comments are more troubling when taken in context of his previous statements.

Trump last month suggested that "Second Amendment people" could stop Clinton, the Democratic nominee, from nominating Supreme Court justices if she is elected.

"When you look at a series of these comments that he's making, I do believe it's an incitement, or, at a minimum, a level of indifference to violence that could occur," Kaine said.