Donald Trump's rally in San Jose, California, Thursday night was marred by violence by anti-Trump supporters, who targeted the event's attendees and police.
The San Jose Police Department said it "made a few arrests" following the rally, and an officer was assaulted. A spokesperson said Thursday night, "As of this time, we do not have specific information on the arrests made. There has been no significant property damage reported."
Trump's foes surrounded the San Jose Convention Center, where scuffles broke out between them and Trump supporters. Some of the altercations were physical, resulting in bloody injuries, as depicted in the video below.
Some anti-Trump protesters also surrounded the car of a presumed Trump supporter as the vehicle was leaving the convention center's garage. Protesters were shaking the car, and smashed its taillight. Protesters also surrounded police cars, also banging those vehicles.He could feel the Bern; one protester holding a "We Need Socialism" sign.
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You know, like rape victims dressing provocatively.Many liberals, meanwhile, including the Democratic mayor of San Jose, suggested that Trump’s angry and divisive rhetoric made him at least partly responsible for the violence at his events.“At some point Donald Trump needs to take responsibility for the irresponsible behavior of his campaign,” Mayor Sam Liccardo told the Associated Press, praising the city’s police while adding that “we’re all still holding our breath to see the outcome of this dangerous and explosive situation.”