In recent days, former President Donald Trump has taken a concerning turn with increasingly aggressive rhetoric, raising concerns about the tone of his political campaign.
Trump's controversial suggestion that Gen. Mark Milley should face the death penalty for his past actions as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has ignited a firestorm of debate.
During a speech in California, Trump made a shocking call for shoplifters to be shot on sight, a statement that drew both support and condemnation.
In the same speech, Trump took aim at Nancy Pelosi and made a mocking reference to a violent attack on her husband, Paul Pelosi, during a home invasion last year.
Trump did not hold back when talking about New York Attorney General Letitia James, using words like "corrupt," "rogue," and "out of control" ahead of his civil trial on business fraud charges.
Trump also directed criticism towards Justice Arthur Engoron, the judge overseeing his fraud case, suggesting he should resign and be sanctioned by the courts.
While some of Trump's supporters at his recent events admire his aggressive rhetoric and call for harsh punishments, not everyone in his base is on board with these extreme statements.
Trump's recent statements have triggered a wide range of opinions, with some excusing or supporting his remarks, while others find them too extreme and concerning for the political discourse.