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The Republican National Convention is continuing to see its fair share of detractors though protests were quieter than they have been throughout the week.
Two dozen protesters wearing canvas sheets formed a wall Wednesday in Cleveland’s Public Square, just a few blocks from where the Republican party faithful are attending the convention. The group protested Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s plan to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico.
Meanwhile, another group draped banners along the ground with photos of people killed by those entering the country illegally.
Two women kissed in front of a group saying that gay people would go to hell.
Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams assured people that it was a safe environment for both protesters and police.
“It is safe, we’re getting better and better each day, but it’s a community thing,” he said.
Donald Trump has arrived to formally accept the nomination and will speak tomorrow night.
Meanwhile, Trump’s running mate, Indiana Governor Mike Pence, will be addressing the convention tonight.