Chicago protesters plan to greet Donald Trump at Friday rally

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CHICAGO — Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is coming to Chicago.

Trump is giving a speech at the UIC Pavillion on Friday, March 11.

Admission is free, but it requires a ticket.

Protesters are also planning to be there to try to get those free rally tickets, so Trump’s supporters don’t get them.

A petition on MoveOn.org to protest Trump’s appearance had 1,600 RSVPs within several hours.

The Illinois primary is March 15, but early voting already started.

Polls show Trump and Hillary Clinton are the clear favorites.

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