Ted Cruz blames Trump for creating nasty discord while John Kasich calls it ‘ugly’
Chicago: Donald Trump is under fire from rivals who blamed his incendiary rhetoric for a violent outbreak on Friday between protesters and supporters at the Republican frontrunner’s rally in Chicago.
A Trump protester being whisked away by security during a rally in Chicago. Pic/AFP
Trump cancelled the event after demonstrators scuffled with his supporters and police struggled to maintain order, with hundreds of protesters showing up. “When you have a campaign that affirmatively encourages violence, you create an environment that only encourages this sort of nasty discord,” Trump’s main rival, Ted Cruz, told reporters.
When a protester disrupted Trump's speech in Las Vegas, the brash billionaire said he would like to “punch him in the face.”
Candidate John Kasich, also a Republican, said that “the seeds of division that Donald Trump has been sowing this whole campaign finally bore fruit, and it was ugly.”
India concerned over Trump’s H1B visa remark
India on Saturday voiced concern over talks of scrapping non-immigrant H1B visa by the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. “Donald trump in last debate said I want to scrap all H1B. That’s worrying for export-led growth going forward,” Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian said.
Hillary Clinton ‘sorry’ for Aids gaffe
Hillary Clinton has apologised after angering Aids activists by saying Nancy Reagan helped start a “national conversation”about the disease. A short time later, the Democratic presidential hopeful performed a climbdown on Twitter. “While the Reagans were strong advocates for stem cell research and finding a cure for Alzheimer’s disease, I misspoke about their record on HIV and Aids,” she wrote. “For that, I’m sorry.”
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