Hundreds protest as Republican convention comes to an end
Hundreds of protesters from across the US marched through the streets of Cleveland, demonstrating against the policies of the Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump as the four-day Republican convention came to an end.
“The US is under grave threat as the emergence of Donald Trump on national stage has given dangerous rise to anti-Muslim and racial sentiments in the country, which will take it towards a downward path,” said Terrey Kaye, a retired teacher who joined the protests here.
Last afternoon, hours before Trump was scheduled to deliver his speech to accept the nomination of the Republican presidential candidate, Kaye was out on Public Square the most popular place in downtown Cleveland a few blocks away from there with a placard to vent his anger.
On Thursday, as the four-day convention came to an end, Cleveland experienced one of the largest anti-Trump protest this week.