Bernie calls Trump a ‘pathological liar’ after the Donald blames ‘communist’ Sanders supporters for inciting violence at Chicago rally protests

Bernie Sanders has called out Donald Trump as a ‘pathological liar’ after the Republican leader denounced his battle of sorting out Friday’s brutal challenges in Chicago.
Trump told swarms at an Ohio rally the following day that his ‘nice’ supporters were ‘taunted, they were bothered by these other individuals — by the way, a few spoken to Bernie, our comrade friend.’
And added: “With Bernie, he ought to truly get up what’s more, say to his people, ‘stop, stop.’ Not me. Get your individuals in line Bernie!’
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The tycoon agent too tweeted Saturday: ‘It is Clinton what’s more, Sanders individuals who disturbed my rally in Chicago – what’s more, at that point they say I must talk to my people. Fake politicians!’
But Bernie has been fast to ruin Trump’s thrilling accusations.
He said in a articulation discharged Saturday afternoon: ‘As is the case for all intents and purposes each day, Donald Trump is appearing the American individuals that he is a neurotic liar.
‘Obviously, while I appreciate we had supporters at Trump’s rally in Chicago, our battle did not sort out the protests.’
He added: ‘What caused the challenges at Trump’s rally is a hopeful that has provoked scorn what’s more, division against Latinos, Muslims, ladies what’s more, individuals with disabilities, what’s more, his birther assaults against the authenticity of President Obama. 
‘What Donald Trump must do presently is stop inciting viciousness what’s more, make it clear to his supporters that individuals who gone to his energizes or, on the other hand dissent ought to not be punched, ought to not be kicked.’
And Sanders is not alone: Each GOP hopeful took the Chicago  meltdown as an opportunity to impugn Trump’s ‘violent rhetoric’ as being the root cause of rally unrest.
Both Republican what’s more, Law based government officials were joined together in their judgment for Trump today, in the wake of ridiculous violence.

Trump’s rivals, Ted Cruz, John Kasich what’s more, Marco Rubio all said that Trump was mixing up a contemptuous – indeed ‘toxic’ – condition in politics, while Popularity based hopefuls Bernie Sanders what’s more, Hillary Clinton tore into Trump’s disruptive attitude.
And indeed President Obama weighed in amid a discourse at a Law based fund-raiser, saying that Trump was the unavoidable result of what he depicted as a incline of lying what’s more, bullishness in the Republican party.
While Hilary Clinton said this morning: ‘You know, we will continuously have our differences, won’t we? That’s what happens in a majority rule government like ours.
‘But the ugly, disruptive talk we are hearing from Donald Trump what’s more, the support of brutality what’s more, animosity is wrong, what’s more, it’s dangerous.
‘If you play with matches, you’re going to begin a fire you can’t control. That’s not leadership. That’s political arson.
‘The test of initiative what’s more, citizenship is the opposite. In the event that you see bigotry, restrict it. On the off chance that you see violence, censure it. What’s more, in the event that you see a bully, stand up to him.’ 

 

 

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