The Washington Post – In the wake of last night’s canceled Chicago rally, Donald Trump has taken to blaming Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and supporters of his Democratic Party bid for president for incitement. He debuted the argument on Friday night’s cable news coverage, as footage of protesters cheering "Bernie" played under Trump’s phoned-in interviews.
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