Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gestures at a rally on March 13, 2016 in Boca Raton, Florida. / AFP / RHONA WISE
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U.S. Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump launched a three-state campaign blitz Monday ahead of a crucial round of nominating contests, and disavowed any responsibility for inciting conflict at his campaign rallies.Trump, who hit North Carolina and Florida before a final planned stop in Ohio, said the establishment Republicans who have labored to stop his outsider candidacy needed to recognize his strength and rally to his cause.Trump rejected suggestions his combative campaign tone is to blame for recent clashes at his rallies, including one last week where a protester was punched and a Chicago rally that was canceled after fights between Trump supporters and opponents.Trump could seize control of the Republican race with a sweep and possibly knock out two of his rivals, Ohio Governor John Kasich and U.S. Senator Marco Rubio of Florida.Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential candidate who has delivered a furious attack on Trump, was campaigning for Kasich in Ohio on Monday.Kasich, meanwhile, is looking to win his state and thwart Trump's progress toward securing the 1,237 delegates a candidate needs to win the nomination.
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