A rally in front of the Anaheim City Hall erupted into chaos when Trump supporters and opponents used pepper spray on each other. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
NATURAL ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Supporters and opponents of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump came to blows outside the Anaheim City Hall on Tuesday, local media said. A group of Trump supporters had gathered to oppose a resolution being considered by the City Council that would have denounced Trump's "divisive rhetoric". According to local media, Trump supporters and critics began yelling at each other, before both sides opened fire with fired pepper spray Media reports said at least two girls and a woman needed medical treatment. The motion being considered was by brought by a councilwoman who said Trump's rhetoric and language went against the grain of the city's core values of kindness and inclusivity, media said. Police said no arrests were made.