Monday brought a brand new look at Donald Trump from a group he would rather not cross paths with – the police.
The Cumberland County Sheriff’s office is considering filing charges of inciting a riot against GOP frontrunner Donald Trump for the Fayetteville, North Carolina rally according to an NBC reporter and local media sources. The rally was the site where Trump supporter John Franklin McGraw was arrested for sucker-punching a black protester and threatening to kill him.
“We are looking at the totality of these circumstances, including any additional charges against Mr. McGraw, including the potential of whether there was conduct on the part of Mr. Trump or the Trump campaign which rose to the level of inciting a riot,” Sheriff’s Office lawyer Ronnie Mitchell told The Fayetteville Observer.
After the story of the possible charges broke, Donald Trump’s campaign responded, saying Donald Trump has done nothing wrong. Shortly after, the Cumberland County Sheriff’s office decided to drop their investigation.