Violence and Arrests At Trump Rallies Are Way More Common Than You May Think

WASHINGTON — More than 50 people, mostly protesters, have been charged in connection with GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump’s campaign rallies since Feb. 29, according to a HuffPost survey of police departments. During the same period, more than 20 separate physical altercations were reported at Trump events.

Videotaped shoves, punches and scuffling at Trump rallies have attracted world attention. But a count of the actual number of violent incidents and arrests is elusive, because they are inconsistently reported, or don’t get reported at all.

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