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"Donald Trump, Go Away": Amid Violence at Trump Rallies, New Yorkers Take to Streets Against Racism | Democracy Now!


"Donald Trump, Go Away": Amid Violence at Trump Rallies, New Yorkers Take to Streets Against Racism | Democracy Now!: As protesters in Arizona blocked a highway leading to a Donald Trump rally outside Phoenix Saturday, as many as 2,000 people rallied against Trump in New York City, condemning his racist rhetoric and violence at his rallies. The actions came the same day a Trump supporter was arrested for sucker-punching a protester at a Trump rally in Tucson, Arizona, while Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski was caught on video grabbing a protester by the collar. In New York City, demonstrators marched from Trump International Hotel and Tower in Columbus Circle to Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue. Three people were arrested and a number were pepper-sprayed amid a heavy New York City police presence. Democracy Now! was there.

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