Donald Trump speaks as Ben Carson listens during the Republican presidential debate at the Milwaukee Theatre, Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2015, in Milwaukee. Both candidates have criticized the handling of protests at the University of Missouri and Yale University while Democratic candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton expressed support for students.
Donald Trump speaks as Ben Carson listens during the Republican presidential debate at the Milwaukee Theatre, Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2015, in Milwaukee. Both candidates have criticized the handling of protests at the University of Missouri and Yale University while Democratic candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton expressed support for students. Morry Gash AP
Donald Trump speaks as Ben Carson listens during the Republican presidential debate at the Milwaukee Theatre, Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2015, in Milwaukee. Both candidates have criticized the handling of protests at the University of Missouri and Yale University while Democratic candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton expressed support for students. Morry Gash AP

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