No Massive Protests Planned as Trump Enters Enemy Territory in 1st Visit to California This Week

Demonstrators from the Refuse Fascism movement march calling for the end of the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump in Los Angeles on Nov. 4, 2017. (Credit: Mark Ralston / AFP / Getty Images)

Demonstrators from the Refuse Fascism movement march calling for the end of the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump in Los Angeles on Nov. 4, 2017. (Credit: Mark Ralston / AFP / Getty Images)

Since President Trump took office, California has been the epicenter of the resistance, home to countless protests, marches, impromptu airport rallies and, of course, commentary of various kinds on Facebook and Twitter.

But it’s all been done at a distance, because Trump has avoided California. Until this week.

Trump will spend Tuesday and a bit of Wednesday in Southern California, visiting prototypes for the border wall he’s vowed to build in San Diego and attending a fundraiser on Los Angeles’ Westside.

What remains unclear is whether his brief visit will bring out major protests. Some anti-Trump activists said they intend some kind of action, but so far there have been no plans for a massive demonstration such as the women’s march last year or some of the immigration demonstrations that clogged the streets of downtown L.A.

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