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An appearance by Donald Trump Jr. at UCLA came to an abrupt end on Sunday when President Donald Trump’s son tried to promote his book, Triggered.

According to the LA Times, dozens of people protested outside the UCLA hall on Sunday, where Donald Trump Jr. was speaking on a promotional tour for his new book.

In the hall, protesters changed the chant to “America First” and then booed at Trump, TPUSA activist Charlie Kirk and Trump friend Kimberly Guilfoyle, who refused to ask questions.

According to the Guardian, “the performance failed when his own supporters, die-hard Make America Great Again Conservatives, raised their voices the loudest in protest and drowned him out barely 20 minutes before an event that was supposed to last two hours.”

“At first, Trump and Guilfoyle tried to ignore the discontent stemming from a fringe group of America Firsters who believe the Trump administration has been captured by a cabal of internationalists, free traders and apologists for mass immigration,” The Guardian continued. When the screaming persisted, Trump Jr. tried to argue – and failed – to argue that answering questions from the ground could lead to soundbites that would abuse and distort leftist social media posters. Nobody bought that. “

You can check out these five clips from the event on Twitter below.

Turning Point USA announced that they canceled the Q&A … Everyone booed. What are you afraid of @ charliekirk11? pic.twitter.com/jW2Kfo9MTN

– The Red Elephants Fan Account (@elephants_red) from November 10, 2019

“We’re ready to listen …” just not questions and answers, says Don Jr. pic.twitter.com/UibkqcXy7a

– Brett MacDonald (@TweetBrettMac) November 10, 2019

Participant: We want to ask questions
TPUSA: have sex

That will end well. pic.twitter.com/DrXlVyjIsk

– Mister AntiBully (@MisterAntiBully) November 10, 2019

Hey @DonaldJTrumpJr @ charliekirk11 just wanted you both to know that the protest outside of your UCLA event is peaceful and non-violent. We’re not radical snowflakes, just a group of passionate people exercising our first right to change ✊ pic.twitter.com/hujcs2A7HY

– Henne (@toodamnlitz) November 10, 2019

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