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Donald Trump postpones rally in Chicago due to security concerns

Trump cancels rallyRepublican presidential candidate Donald Trump has canceled a rally in Chicago, calling off the event due to safety concerns after protesters packed into the arena where it was to take place.

A man representing Trump's campaign approached the podium to say: "Mr. Trump has just arrived in Chicago and after meeting with law enforcement, has determined that for the safety of all the tens of thousand of people that have gathered in and around the arena. Tonight's rally will be postponed until another day."

The announcement that Trump would postpone the rally for another day led the crowd inside the University of Illinois at Chicago Pavilion to break out into raucous cheers.

TVNL Comment:  The power of the people shall not be denied....


Breitbart Spokesman Quits As Trump Campaign Controversy Blows Up

Kurt BardellaBreitbart spokesman Kurt Bardella is no longer working with the company in the wake of controversy over Donald Trump’s campaign manager allegedly roughly handling one of the site’s reporters.

Bardella told BuzzFeed News on Friday that he had informed Breitbart of his decision to drop them as a client earlier this afternoon.


Protesters repeatedly interrupt Trump at rally in St. Louis

St. Louis trump protestersFacing intensifying criticism for the violent clashes between supporters and protesters that have come to define his rallies, GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump continued to taunt those who interrupt his events in St. Louis Friday afternoon, while promising that police and security would be "gentle" as they removed them.

"They're allowed to get up and interrupt us horribly and we have to be very, very gentle," Trump panned in response to one of nearly a dozen interruptions as he spoke at the city's regal Peabody Opera House. "They can swing and hit people, but if we hit them back, it's a terrible, terrible thing, right?"



A Brief History of Donald Trump’s Get-Rich Schemes

Donald Trump schemesAt its core, the Art of the Scheme is that he’ll get rich by promising to make you rich.

Throughout his decades-long business career, Donald Trump has launched a series of businesses that follow this model, with his presidential campaign being the latest. But in between founding phony universities and multi-level-marketing scams, Trump has also fallen victim to many of his own plainly stupid ideas.

And, apparently, it’s a sore subject.


When Trump Steaks at a Trump Event Aren’t Really ‘Trump Steaks’

Trump steaks not Trump steaksWhen Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump showed off a pile of beautifully marbled steaks atop a butcher board at a Tuesday campaign event, he called them “Trump steaks.” That’s true in the sense that they were steaks, and they were on a Trump property.

But they weren’t steaks from Trump’s fabled, now defunct, Trump Steaks business. They were from Bush Brothers Provision Co., a West Palm Beach, Florida, purveyor that counts Trump-affiliated properties among its customers, said John Bush, whose family owns the company. Photographs posted on Twitter showed plastic wrapping on the meat at the televised event where Trump celebrated primary victories in Michigan and Mississippi. The packaging matched that used by Bush Brothers, Bush said.


After Trump endorsement, NASCAR leader faces the fallout

Nascar leader endorses TrumpWhen Brian France endorsed Donald Trump for president, the chairman and chief executive of NASCAR thought of it as nothing more than a "routine endorsement."

He's been dealing with the fallout ever since.

France's decision to personally back the front-runner for the Republican nomination has roiled a sport his family built from the ground up. It's threatened a decade of work to broaden NASCAR's appeal among minorities, upset one of the most powerful teams in the sport and risked a break with the corporate sponsors that are its financial lifeblood.


Better Business Bureau: Trump Lied About Trump University Rating

Trump University not rated by BBBThe Better Business Bureau on Tuesday briskly refuted a number of statements that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has made about Trump University, the now-defunct real estate seminar provider that many students allege was a scam.

In last Thursday's Republican debate, the candidate defended Trump University despite the multiple lawsuits brought by former students and the state of New York.


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