Anti-Trump protesters: patchwork of people and Facebook pages

A designated area for protesters is seen outside an event for U.S. Republicanpresidential candidate Donald Trump at the Savannah Center in Cincinnati, OhioBy Kevin Murphy and Bob Chiarito KANSAS CITY, Mo./BLOOMINGTON, Ill. (Reuters) – Donald Trump has called them thugs, professional organizers and supporters of Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders. After demonstrators swarmed a large Trump rally in Chicago on Friday and forced its cancellation over security concerns, protesters are looking for ways to keep up the momentum as the billionaire businessman seeks in primaries this week to clear a path toward the Republican nomination for the Nov. 8 election. Trump has drawn fervent support as well as harsh criticism, including from within his own party, for his calls to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border and impose a temporary ban on Muslims entering the country.

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