'It's pungent'The man fled, but police were looking for him, Wyatt said. One woman wearing a red "Make America Great Again" hat comforted the girls, whose faces were streaked with tears. The girls complained that their eyes and mouths hurt.
'More important things to worry about'The confrontation occurred before the City Council was expected to discuss a proposed resolution to condemn what the resolution called Trump's divisive rhetoric. The motion said Trump's remarks — which have been perceived as offensive to Mexican immigrants, Muslims and other groups — are contrary to constitutional principles and don't reflect Anaheim's "guiding principles of inclusiveness and kindness." But Reedy told the Orange County Registe that she considers the resolution "un-American." "I'm a Trump supporter, but I'm here to support free speech," she said. "Anaheim has more important things to worry about. What she's doing is un-American." The clash came as Trump scored a five-state East Coast sweep Tuesday to embolden his hopes of clinching the Republican presidential nomination without a battle at the convention.
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