Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is scheduled to hold a rally in San Jose this evening, his fourth event in California ahead of the state’s primary.
The rally will be held at the San Jose Convention Center, which is located on 150 W San Carlos Street. It’s scheduled to begin at 7:00 p.m. Pacific Time, and it can be viewed through the embedded YouTube player above via Right Side Broadcasting.
Trump has previously held events in Fresno, San Diego and Sacramento over the past seven days. The last time Trump visited the Bay Area, it sparked a massive anti-Trump demonstration, and the candidate actually hopped a fence and had to use a back entrance to the hotel, according to CBS SF Bay Area.
“That was not the easiest entrance I’ve ever made,” Trump said after arriving. “I felt like I was crossing the border, actually.”
California will hold its presidential primary on June 7, although Trump has already secured the 1,237 delegates necessary to earn him the Republican nomination. He said at a Fresno rally last week that he is still making his way through California because he promised his West Coast supporters he would.