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Lawrence Jones took a page from Michelle Obama's book and commented that some Democrats are "going low again" with their comments inciting violence.

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) said she felt inspired to "take out Trump" in a speech in New York earlier this month.

"When you incite violence, that should be investigated," Jones told "Fox & Friends" on Monday.

"I'm not so concerned about Maxine Waters. I'm concerned about the people that listen to her, the people that tried to assassinate Republican congressmen at a baseball field," he said.

Waters' comment comes only months after a Bernie Sanders supporter opened fire on a congressional Republicans' baseball game in June, wounding Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA).

"These same congresspeople, especially Maxine Waters, promised after the Steve Scalise shooting that they would tone down the rhetoric," Jones said.


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