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March 14, 2016 3:12 PM

Cumberland sheriff decides against charging Trump with ‘inciting a riot’

Cumberland County sheriff investigated Trump after a protester was punched last week

In Fayetteville, Trump said protesters ‘get away with murder because we’ve become weak’

Inciting a riot is a misdemeanor crime in North Carolina

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