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Latino Activists Vow More Donald Trump Protests in California as Tensions Heighten

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Throngs of protesters were outside the Hyatt in the Bay Area ahead of Donald Trump's speech at the California GOP convention on April 29, 2016. (Credit: Marcus Yam/Los Angeles Times)

Latino activists said they expect more large protests as Donald Trump moves his presidential campaign into California.

Trump faced large and hostile demonstrations outside a rally Thursday night in Costa Mesa and at the Burlingame hotel where he delivered a speech to the California Republican Convention on Friday.

“I think it’s going to get worse if he gets the nomination and is the front-runner. I think it’s going to escalate,” said Luis Serrano, an organizer with California Immigration Youth Justice Alliance. “We’re going to keep showing up and standing against the actions and the hate Donald Trump is creating. We are going to continue to just show up in numbers and stand together.”

Trump has faced protests during several stops in California over the past few months, but they escalated considerably this week.

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