Police and protesters clash outside the Hyatt Regency Hotel where US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was speaking in Burlingame, California on April 29, 2016. / AFP / Josh Edelson
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Protests erupted in California for the second day in a row Friday against U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump, who is moving closer to winning the Republican nomination after a string of victories this week.Trump, who described himself this week as the party's presumptive nominee, would take a large stride toward knocking his Republican rivals out of the presidential race if he wins the Indiana primary next week.Trump, who has run as a political outsider and only recently started making inroads with the Republican establishment, called for the party to band together behind him.Trump's main rival, Senator Ted Cruz, Friday picked up the backing of Governor Mike Pence of Indiana in a rearguard battle to damage Trump's chances.A CBS poll earlier this week found Trump with about 40 percent of support in Indiana, compared to 35 percent for Cruz.Other polls have also shown Trump ahead.
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