Bracing for Trump: Will it get rowdy?

Posted at 7:37 PM, May 20, 2016
and last updated 2016-05-20 22:47:57-04
When Donald Trump comes to town; the citizens get restless. Pushing and shoving have become the norm outside his rallies as he seeks the Republican nomination to run for president.
This was evident three weeks ago in the Bay Area. Protesters chain-linked themselves together in front of the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Burlingame.
They shut down a highway. Trump's entourage had to abandon their cars on Highway 101 and walk between concrete barricades to get to where they were going.
Now San Diego is bracing for a visit to the San Diego Convention Center on May 27.
"Trump is a patriot!", declared De Le as he told 10News of his plans for next Friday. "I will be right there; looking at him again. Listening to his story, his idea, his vision for America."
Le is a political activist. He traveled to Costa Mesa last month to see and hear Donald Trump campaigning. His car was damaged that night; he said a protester heaved a rock at his windshield.
Now he's planning another rally himself next week at the International Border Crossing in Tijuana. "I go down there, my message gonna be 'Build a wall, vote for Trump."
10News found a San Diego Anti Trump Rally Call of Action on Facebook urging protests inside and outside of the event. Smash Trump, it exclaimed, Shut it Down!
San Diego Police are watching all this as they plan. Lt. Scott Wahl told 10News, "We look at and watch closely what's being said on social media, advertising, word of mouth.  We take all that information and incorporate it in our plans."