Just days before a key set of primaries in the race for President, Donald Trump and his supporters found themselves under attack in both parties, after security concerns prompted Trump to cancel a rally in Chicago on Friday night.
“Tonight the seeds of division that Donald Trump has been sowing this whole campaign finally bore fruit, and it was ugly,” said John Kasich, as he urged people to resist the temptation for violence.
Like Kasich, Marco Rubio took aim at Trump, charging that Trump’s tough words have divided the nation, saying “words have consequences.”
Also joining in was Ted Cruz, as he told Fox News that Trump has been wrong to encourage retaliation against demonstrators at Trump rallies.
.@tedcruz: “A campaign bears responsibility for creating an environment when the candidate urges supporters to engage in physical violence.”