Donald Trump Jr. greeted by fans, protesters in LA book tour

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Donald Trump Jr. was greeted by fans and protesters as he spoke at the University of California in Los Angeles to promote his new book.

Trump, whose book “Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us” was recently released, spoke Sunday at UCLA and was to give a talk at the nearby Ronald Reagan President Library.

Several dozen protesters organized by the Los Angeles chapter of Refuse Fascism protested in front of the UCLA hall where the son of the president spoke. The Los Angeles Times reports that protesters chanted “UCLA protects fascists” and “humanity first.”

Andy Stein, a supporter of President Donald Trump, said he came to UCLA to listen to Trump Jr. because he sees the son as a “chip off the old block” and admires his “feistiness.”

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