Scuffles break out between supporters of U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump and protesters after a rally in California. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
NATURAL ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION). Scuffles broke out between supporters of U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump and protesters on Thursday before and after the Republican spoke at a rally in San Jose, California. Hundreds of protesters waved Mexican flags, chanted anti-Trump slogans and burned Trump hats and at least one American flag outside of the rally, where Trump, to the delight of his supporters, vowed to stop illegal drugs from coming into the United States from the south, to build a wall on the U.S. border and have Mexico pay the bill. Protests have become common outside rallies for Trump, the party's presumptive nominee, who has polarized opinion with his rhetoric against illegal immigration. He abandoned a rally in Chicago in March after clashes between his supporters and protesters. Police were captured on video clips trying to disperse the crowd. Officers wearing riot gear were shown forming lines to control the crowd and taking at least one protester into custody.