Cruz wins Wyoming caucus; Trump a distant third
By Miriam Raftery
Photo: Screenshot from CBS video of Chicago rally after cancellation was announced
March 12, 2016 (San Diego’s East County) – Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s campaign issued a statement indicating police and Secretary Service were “consulted and totally involved” in the the decision to cancel a Trump rally in Chicago Friday evening amid unrest.
But Chicago Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi today told CNN that Trump’s claim was “absolutely untrue…No one from the campaign contacted the Chicago Police Department and we were not involved at all in canceling the event.” He added that a Secret Service officer standing next to him when the announcement of cancellation came in was also surprised.