Speaking to a crowd in Fort Lauderdale on Wednesday night, Republican nominee Donald Trump accused President Barack Obama of founding the Islamic State terror group. “He is the founder of ISIS,” Trump said, repeating, “He’s the founder of ISIS, OK?... He’s the founder! He founded ISIS.” Taking it a step further, Trump went on to target his opponent in the presidential race. “And I would say, the co-founder would be crooked Hillary Clinton,” he said. The comments are just the latest in a spate of inflammatory remarks that many believe have gone too far and border on inciting violence. Earlier Wednesday, Clinton warned Trump over his fiery rhetoric, saying he’d “crossed the line” by implying at another rally that supporters of gun rights could stop her from appointing U.S. Supreme Court justices, a comment that many interpreted as a call to assassinate her.