Sanders Holds Chicago-Area Rally After Trump's Is Postponed. Chicago Violence Brought To You Courtesy Of Socialism
The 2016 presidential campaign brings dueling rallies from Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders Friday to the Chicago area.
Following his win in Michigan Tuesday, Sanders will hold what his campaign called "an interesting contrast" to the Trump rally.
That remark was made before Trump's rally was postponed Friday night amid large crowds of protesters. Cheers erupted when campaign made the announcement, and more protests followed.
Sanders was looking for a different kind of fervor at his "Future to Believe In Summit Rally," held at Argo Community High School in suburban Summit. The event is free and open to the public, although RSVP's were encouraged.