In the face of strong opposition, huge opposition, the Republican candidate Donald Trump has cancelled a rally in Chicago triggering wave of chaotic scenes. Supporters of Democrat and Republican parties have scuffled with each other and street fights also erupted. Trump said he does not want to see anyone hurt physically and hence the decision to call off rally- planned at the play ground of University of Illinois. Hundreds of protesters, many of them blacks and Latinos angered by Trump’s incendiary anti-immigrant rhetoric, had massed outside and inside the venue itself, mingling with the candidate’s supporters. Trump has asserted he has no regrets over his remarks on immigrants. CNN estimated there were between 8,500 to 10,000 people in the arena when tensions erupted into chaos. There were no arrests or injuries. The ugly scenes come just days before the states of Florida, Ohio, Illinois and Missouri vote in the party primaries on March 15, with Trump looking to tighten his grip on the Republican nomination.