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Several black protesters were escorted out of a Hillary Clinton rally in North Philadelphia on Wednesday night.
The protesters chanted Authentic Harrison Butker Jersey , "Don't vote for Hillary! She's killing black people!" as they were led out of the Fillmore Theater.
Later in her speech, Clinton said: "I know we've got a lot of political disagreements in our country. That's the American DNA."
But she added: "What we cannot abide is breaking ourselves into groups where we don't even talk or listen to each other, like what we just saw, right?"
Earlier this month in Philadelphia Authentic Daeshon Hall Jersey , Clinton's husband was confronted by protesters over the crime bill he signed into law more than 20 years ago. Former President Bill Clinton later said he had regrets about the exchange and said both sides talked past each other in the moment.
Donald Trump, fresh off a rout in his native New York, is predicting more wins in a series of East Coast states that are holding their primaries next week.
During a rally Wednesday night in Berlin, Maryland Authentic Taylor Moton Jersey , he joked that he was also poised to do well in neighboring, tax-friendly Delaware "because I have so many corporations registered in Delaware."
That drew laughs, but Trump's praise for New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady drew loud boos in Baltimore Ravens country.
Trump also suggested for the first time that the back pay he wouldd demand from NATO nations could be used to be pay down the national debt.
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Trump was in an apparently very good mood after his resounding win the night before in the New York primary. He peppered his speech with jokes and saluted a member of his staff who went to the high school where the rally was being held.
He once again complained the Republican delegate process was "rigged" but reassured the crowd that he had a big enough lead to withstand any political chicanery and would emerge with the nomination.
Donald Trump is promising that his supporters are "going to enjoy watching" him trounce Hillary Clinton in the general election.
Trump, kicking off a rally in Berlin, Maryland, is predicting Clinton will be "allowed to run" despite questions that are swirling around her use of a private email server.
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Trump's rally Wednesday night began his push through Maryland ahead of the state's primary next week. More than 1,300 people crammed into a high school gymnasium and another hundred filled an overflow room.
Outside the school, some of the nearly 100 protesters exchanged harsh words with some of the Trump backers who couldn't fit inside.
Former presidential candidate Marco Rubio says Donald Trump's charge that the GOP primary is "rigged" is wrong and that, despite his differences with the billionaire businessman Russell Shepard Jersey , he would support him if he wins the party's nomination.
In an interview on Miami radio station WIOD Wednesday, the Florida senator says Trump's argument of a rigged primary is wrong because "he knew the rules, or should have, going in."
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Says Rubio: "Hillary Clinton would be a disaster for America."
Ted Cruz is conceding he cannot win the Republican presidential nomination before the party's national convention this summer.
But the Texas senator insists that GOP front-runner Donald Trump can't clinch the nomination before the convention either.
Cruz addressed reporters on Wednesday at the site of the Republican National Committee's spring meeting in Florida.
He says, "What's clear today is that we are headed to a contested convention."
Party leaders are convening this week to discuss the rules governing the messy nomination process. Trump is accusing GOP leaders of a rigged system that's allowing Cruz to collect delegates even though he's losing the popular vote in some states.
Cruz says the nomination will ultimately be decided at the party's national convention in July.
He says, "I believe we have a tremendous advantage in that battle."
Donald Trump is basking in the glow of his New York victory as he campaigns in Indianapolis on Wednesday.
He's telling thousands of supporters at the Indiana State Fairgrounds that his Tuesday victory over John Kasich and Ted Cruz is "a great feeling."
Indiana doesn't vote until May 3, but Trump's campaign team sees the state as key to denying rival Ted Cruz any pathway to the nomination.
Trump met with the state's governor Matt Kalil Jersey , Mike Pence and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, ahead of the rally.
Aides to Pence, who has not endorsed a candidate, said Trump requested the private meeting. Pence will share a stage with Cruz on Thursday at an Indiana Republican Party fund-raiser.
A small crowd of protesters outside Donald Trump's Indianapolis campaign rally are targeting both the Republican presidential front-runner and Indiana Gov. Mike Pence.
The group of about 75 people chanted anti-Trump and anti-Pence slogans for about an hour at the Indiana State Fairgrounds where a
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