Trump: Don’t Blame Me

A defiant Donald Trump on Sunday denied responsibility for the chaos at his aborted Chicago rally while his opponents conceded protesters’ central role, backtracking from initial reactions that accused Trump of helping incite the disruptions. “You haven’t seen one person even injured at one of our rallies,” Trump told John Dickerson on CBS’s “Face the Nation.” “And the cases you are talking about, the one guy was a bad dude. He was swinging, he was hitting people, he was a very bad guy,” he said. “These people are disrupters, they’re not protesters,” Trump said. “I don’t condone violence. But some of these people are violent.” Speaking with Jake Tapper on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Trump went further. “These people are bad people who are looking to do harm to this country,” Trump said of the activist protesters who sabotaged his Chicago rally. Trump also reminded Tapper that he has “gotten a lot of credit” for cancelling the rally in

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