Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is getting ready to speak to supporters at a rally in San Diego, California.
Trump will be speaking at the San Diego Convention Center for an event scheduled to begin at 2:00 p.m. PDT. Trump, however, typically comes on stage about a half-hour after the scheduled time following an introduction. The event can be watched via above YouTube stream.
The San Diego Police Department is ready for protests, and they’ve been preparing security since about 6:00 this morning, according to NBC News. They have set aside dedicated zones for Trump supporters and other zones for protestors in hopes of avoiding the violence seen at the Anaheim rally this week. San Diego’s police chief said that decisive action will be taken against anyone who plans to incite violence during Trump’s visit.
This is Trump’s second rally of the day after a speech in Fresno, California. He told those in attendance that he essentially has no reason to even be in California, as he has already secured the republican nomination, but that he’s here today because he promised his California fans he would come. Plus, he added, he just enjoys speaking to large crowds.
“I do this because I have fun doing it,” he said.