U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally in Bloomington, Illinois, March 13, 2016. REUTERS/Jim Young
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Trump hit the campaign trail again Sunday as a climate of growing tension engulfed the 2016 election race, with White House rivals on both sides of the political divide warning the Republican's inflammatory language was inciting violence.A campaign rally in Chicago late Friday had to be canceled because of unrest that saw ardent Trump supporters and opponents come to blows, after dozens of campaign stops where Trump has berated his opponents and encouraged the crowd to verbally and physically mistreat protesters.Some Trump supporters verbally challenged the protesters, but the event so far remained violence free.Trump has rejected out of hand any suggestion that his rhetorical excesses might have egged on the the escalating violence.Sanders denied his campaign had directed supporters to protest at Trump rallies.Trump explained away one particularly striking act of violence, when a supporter at a rally in North Carolina sucker-punched a demonstrator who was being led by police last week from a rally in North Carolina.
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