Clashes break out when supporters and opponents of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump face off in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION). A rally in Brazil in favor of U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump ended in confusion on Saturday (October 29) when more people showed up to protest Trump than support him and police arrested at least four people. The rally, in the populous city of Sao Paulo, drew only a handful of people, one of whom shouted Trump's campaign slogan into a megaphone. "Vote for Donald Trump. He will make America great again. Together, we will make the world great again!" he said. Riot police stood in formation along Paulista Avenue, separating the activists from a much larger anti-Trump group that accused Trump of being a fascist. As scuffles broke out, police arrested at least four people, local media reported. The demo came following the FBI's disclosure that it is investigating more emails as part of a probe into Clinton's use of a private email server.