Source: The Washington Post - Link
His act of showing remorse wasn’t enough for the then-Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), who admonished Schumer saying the language could have been “a matter of deadly seriousness,” as seen below. But Schumer did quickly apologize, something Trump has yet to do.
This is one example from the article. This is a huge case of false equivalency. The folks listening to the Dems say “fight” didn’t hear “take up arms and kill”. The folks listening to Trump did. It’s not what he said; it’s what they heard.