Friday night Chicago Trump’s campaign rally was postponed because of prostestors violence..
There was a video on CNN live call from mr. Donald Trump about what really happened in a event at the University of Illinois at Chicago , where Trump schedule rally for his presidential campaign. The video folows and you cna judge by yourself.
But because we want YOU to hear the real side of the story we found that spokesman from A Chicago Police Department told The Associated Press that the police did not suggest Donald Trump cancel his Friday night rally, contrary to what Trump has said in interviews posted live at the video above.
Chicago Police Department spokesman Anthony Guglielmi told the AP that the department did not recommend Trump call off the event and said they had sufficient manpower to cover the rally. Guglielmi said that the decision to shut down the event was made “independently” by the Trump campaign.
That runs contrary to what Trump has said in interviews since massive protests engulfed his event and supporters clashed with demonstrators after the cancellation announcement.
“I spoke with law enforcement and made [the call to cancel] in conjuction with law enforcement, and I think we made a wise decision,” Trump said in a phone interview on MSNBC.
“I think we were given credit” for putting off the event, Trump said.
Huge crowds of protesters and Trump fans clashed in the streets and in the University of Illinois venue Friday, the culmination of a week of Trump events marked by violence.
Source for Chicago police department statement was taken from TheHill.com