For the second consecutive day, a Donald Trump event in California was marked by rampant protests, and today the Republican presidential front-runner was forced to hop a highway barricade to enter and safely exit the event he held just outside a hotel in Burlingame, a city near San Francisco.
As video from CBS News video shows, protesters were, for the most part, successfully restrained by police barricades and officers, but the anti-Trump crowd eventually proved victorious, and several members of the protest crowd was able to get around the police barricade and storm the very grounds from which Trump was expected to be making a speech.
MORE: Protestors jump police barricade, storm front of hotel where Trump event taking place https://t.co/WXwGUParho https://t.co/7LZTVfkB5j
— CBS News (@CBSNews) April 29, 2016
Eventually, authorities were able to somewhat get a handle on the situation, but that didn’t stop Trump and his security detail from using a route that involved them hopping the barricades–how ironic–of a nearby highway to enter and exit the venue of the event. Footage of that is below.
WATCH: @realDonaldTrump goes to back entrance at CA rally to dodge crowd of protesters. @ShepNewsTeam pic.twitter.com/EK40nzON1L
— FoxNewsInsider (@FoxNewsInsider) April 29, 2016