Hundreds turn out to anti-Trump march in Cleveland

Hundreds of protesters turned out for an anti-Donald Trump march Thursday near the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.



While there have been smaller protests this week, Thursday's march on the Hope Memorial Bridge was timed for the fourth and final day of the convention.



An estimated crowd of 200 chanted "Love Trumps Hate" and carried signs that read "Ban All Trumps Not Muslims."



Dozens of Trump supporters marched on the side of the main protest, but no violence broke out and there have been no arrests. Police say 23 people have been arrested this week, including 18 during a melee near the convention hall Wednesday that started when a protester tried to burn an American flag.



Meanwhile, Donald Trump did a walk-through on stage at the Quicken Loans Arena before his speech. 


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