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Donald Trump's new official campaign video, which counters critics who have blamed Trump for inciting violence, features a segment from an Infowars video detailing the violence committed by Bernie Sanders supporters during last week's cancelled rally in Chicago.
The video features a clip from 'The Truth About the Anti-Trump Chicago Riot' – which has garnered almost 700,000 views on YouTube since the weekend.
The footage shows Sanders supporters blocking ambulances, assaulting people and firing guns in the air.
The rest of the video is a rousing look at how the Trump phenomenon has blossomed, and includes comments from Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and George Soros expressing their determination to stop Trump from becoming president.