20 violent protesters arrested at Donald Trump campaign rally in south California

The Costa Mesa police confirmed Some 20 demonstrators were arrested on Thursday outside a Donald Trump campaign rally in southern California. A protest outside a campaign rally for Donald J. Trump in Costa Mesa, California, turned violent late Thursday night, as the crowd smashed a police car, the authorities closed nearby streets and arrested 20 people.

The protest started outside an amphitheater, where the Republican Presidential front-runner Donald trump was addressing several thousand supporters.

As reported by Sheriff’s Department there were no major injuries s and the big crowds had dispersed by 11 p.m. and officer on horseback pushed people away from the amphitheater at the OC Fair & Event Center


Protesters were mostly peaceful as the Republican presidential front-runner gave his speech inside the Pacific Amphitheater. The crowds began to get rowdy as the rally was over and demonstrators took to the streets

many cars including those of Trump supporter were stuck in the street as several hundred demonstrators blocked the roads, wave d the Mexican flags and posed for selfies.

Many of the protesters said they had come to express their opposition to Mr. Trump’s proposal to build a wall along the United States-Mexico border and his comments about immigrants from Mexico in general.


“This is the anger people have against Trump,” Jose Cruz told the LA Times. “It’s not because he’s white, it’s because of what he’s said.”

Even after so much of demonstration, Mr. Trump did not back down from his promise to build a border wall, and he maintained his strident tone about immigration from Mexico. The candidate spent the day before the rally at the Trump National Golf Club in Los Angeles.