Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says ''if you see a bully, stand up to him'' and calls on Americans to ''stand together against division'' in light of recent protests at Donald Trump's rallies. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) EDITORS PLEASE NOTE: AUDIO AND VIDEO AS INCOMING Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says "if you see a bully, stand up to him" during a campaign stop in St. Louis, Missouri, Saturday (March 12). Clinton said she recognized many people in America are angry, but said that is no reason to create division. "Many people have gotten a raw deal for too long," Clinton said. "Our economy and our politics have failed to deliver results the way they should. But I believe with all my heart the only way to fix what's broken is to stand together against the forces of division and discrimination." Protests shut down Republican front-runner Donald Trump's Chicago rally, Friday night. Trump's Republican rivals hurled scorn at the New York billionaire, saying he helped create the increasingly tense atmosphere that is now sweeping the race for the White House with his fiery rhetoric. Trump, who has rallies in Ohio and Missouri on Saturday, canceled the Chicago event on Friday after it turned chaotic, with scuffles breaking out between protesters and backers of the real estate magnate. The clashes follow a slew of recent incidents of violence at Trump rallies, in which protesters and journalists have been punched, tackled and hustled out of venues, raising concerns about degrading security leading into the Nov. 8 election.