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4:40 PM ET, March 12, 2016


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Jason Williams /
Cincy Trump rally canceled; clash at Chicago event  —  Donald Trump is no longer planning a rally in Downtown on Sunday afternoon.  —  The Secret Service security supporting the GOP presidential front runner's campaign could not complete its preparation work in time to hold the event …
Elizabeth Chuck / NBC News:
Secret Service Rushes Stage to Protect Donald Trump at Ohio Rally  —  A Donald Trump rally took a dramatic turn Saturday when a disturbance broke out behind him — causing Secret Service agents to jump on stage and form a wall around the candidate amid the commotion.
German Lopez / Vox:
Don't believe Donald Trump has incited violence at rallies?  Watch this video.  —  On Friday night in Chicago, violence broke out between supporters and protesters at a Donald Trump rally, leading Trump to cancel the event.  On Saturday, Trump blamed the protesters and “thugs” — a racially coded word — for the violence.
VIDEO: Security jumps stage at Donald Trump event  —  DAYTON —  Toward the end of Donald Trump's speech at the Dayton airport a protester attempted to rush the stage and security at the event was quick to act.  —  Witnesses told our reporters that the person who tried to rush the stage …
CBS News:
CBS News journalist caught in turmoil at canceled Donald Trump rally  —  A CBS News journalist covered all of Friday night's events until he himself was detained.  —  We want to show you what he captured on videotape.  —  Sopan Deb was on the floor of the arena as tensions built - raw emotions on both sides.
Lydia Wheeler / The Hill:
John Lewis to Trump: ‘Have you no decency, sir?’  —  Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) took to twitter Saturday to express dismay with Donald Trump  —  , asking the GOP presidential candidate, “Have you no decency, sir?” … Trump campaign events have become increasingly violent in recent days.
Discussion: Breitbart
Kyle Cheney / Politico:
Trump blames Sanders for chaos at his rallies  —  CLEVELAND — Donald Trump has identified the culprit for all the disturbances at his recent rallies — Bernie Sanders.  —  Speaking at a boisterous rally here on Saturday, the Republican frontrunner said Sanders and his supporters were to blame …
Harper Neidig / The Hill:
Trump: Chicago protesters can be traced back to Sanders … Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump  —  supporters for the massive protests that forced him to cancel a campaign rally in Chicago the night before.  —  Trump said his supporters at the rally “caused no problem.”
Hector Duran / CBS News:
Donald Trump cancels rally overwhelmed by protesters
Rachel Stockman / LawNewz:
Trump is Now Huge Free Speech Advocate After Protesters Force Him to Cancel Rally
Escalating aggression marks Trump's rally rhetoric
Discussion: USA Today, and Vox
Trump rally in Chicago postponed as protesters, supporters clash
Sundance / The Last Refuge:   Opportunist Ted Cruz: “Donald Trump is Responsible” For Organized Chicago Violence (video)...
The Intercept:
Trump Concerned His Rallies Are Not Violent Enough  —  For months now, Donald Trump has been complaining about the level of violence inflicted on protesters at his campaign rallies.  Complaining, that is, about protesters — who have been tackled and kicked, pushed, spat on, and sucker-punched …
New York Times:
The Geography of Trumpism  —  When the Census Bureau asks Americans about their ancestors, some respondents don't give a standard answer like “English” or “German.”  Instead, they simply answer “American.”  —  The places with high concentrations of these self-described Americans turn …
Fedja Buric / Salon:
Trump's not Hitler, he's Mussolini: How GOP anti-intellectualism created a modern fascist movement in America  —  Fascism is about the most powerful epithet one can use — but it fits with Donald Trump.  A historian explains why  —  In an interview with Slate, the historian …
Discussion: Telegraph
Kurt Nimmo / Infowars:
Soros Funded Takes Credit for Violence in Chicago  —  A precursor to activity the organization will engage in as as the election approaches  —  Ilya Sheyman, a failed Illinois contender for Congress and the executive director of Political Action, has taken credit …
Discussion: Knowledge is Power
Rosie Gray / BuzzFeed:
Breitbart Editor Ordered Staffers To Stop Defending Michelle Fields  —  Breitbart senior editor-at-large Joel Pollak ordered staffers in an internal chatroom to stop defending Michelle Fields, the staffer who was allegedly manhandled by Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski.
Eliza Collins / Politico:
Coming today: America's most awkward primary  —  After spending a year turning “D.C. Republicans” into a campaign epithet, GOP primary candidates Saturday will find themselves looking to actual D.C. Republicans for some much-needed support.  —  Nineteen delegates are on the line Saturday …
Discussion: RedState and Hot Air
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