'Women Against Trump' take to streets of Plainfield

A group of Plainfield protesters took to the streets Saturday to voice their disdain for Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump. Although Trump is not in

Although Trump is not in the state and the state's primary is months away, organizers say they've had enough of his rhetoric.

Although Trump is not in the state and the state's primary is months away, organizers say they've had enough of his rhetoric. (4/16/16)

PLAINFIELD - A group of Plainfield protesters took to the streets Saturday to voice their disdain for Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump.

Although Trump is not in the state and the state's primary is months away, organizers say they've had enough of his rhetoric.

"We are a group of women who just want to express our disdain for the hatred that Donald Trump has been spewing," said Linda McLeod.

The protests and supporters are expected to get louder as the New York primary approaches on Tuesday.

Trump is leading the polls over Ted Cruz and John Kasich, although Kasich just picked up an endorsement from former New York Gov. George Pataki.

New Jersey's primary is scheduled for June 7.

 

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