Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a town hall campaign event in Hickory, North Carolina March 14, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Keane
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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 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 spent a good part of his time on stage shouting down the protesters.Inside the stadium, there might have been as many protesters as supporters and a long line of people were waiting to get in when the Trump campaign scrapped the event.Trump's campaign rallies have been boisterous, with the real estate mogul often pausing to scold protesters and ask security officers to take them away. At some events, protesters and journalists have been punched, tackled or hustled out. The threat of violence affected Trump personally Saturday. Secret Service officers rushed on stage to protect Trump when a man broke through a security barrier at a rally in Ohio.
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