Costa Mesa, California—Police face off against protesters displaying a variety of placards outside a Donald Trump campaign rally in Orange County on April 28. Some protesters tried to flip over cars, including a police cruiser. Costa Mesa police arrested as many as 20 people and broke up the crowd. The incident came more than a month before California’s presidential primary and was the latest in a string of charged protests against Trump’s quest for the presidency.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
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