Organizers reveal plan for ‘Stop Trump’ rally, march Monday

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — National organizers for the Coalition to Stop Trump on Sunday revealed final plans for their ‘Stop Trump’ rally and march set for Monday.

More than 40 trade unions, immigrant rights, student and anti-war organizations are part of the effort, according to a release from the group.

Organizers say the event will begin at noon at Mall A in downtown Cleveland. The group will then march to Public Square. The group plans to march down Prospect to as close to the Republican National Convention as they can get.

Organizers said at a press conference Sunday that their group is a “cross-section of America.” They referred to Donald Trump as a “bigot” and said they don’t believe the vast majority of Americans share his beliefs.

The RNC officially begins Monday and wraps up on Thursday. Nearly 50,000 people are expected to come to Cleveland for the events this week.

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