Donald Trump could be charged for inciting a riot

Trump to be charged?
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Donald Trump has been heavily criticized for his unruly rallies, many of which have turned violent when Trump supporters and protesters clash. Now, officials in North Carolina's Cumberland County are saying they are considering filing a charge of inciting a riot against Trump following a rally in Fayetteville last week, WRAL reports.

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In Fayetteville, Trump supporter John Franklin McGraw was caught on video hitting another man who was being escorted out of a Trump rally and was charged with assault. Trump has suggested he will pay the McGraw's legal fees, telling Meet the Press that McGraw "got carried away" and "maybe he doesn't like seeing what's happening to the country."

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