Aaron Black of Americans United for Change, who was carrying a sign reading "God Says No to Xenophobia. Dump Trump Hate.," sounded off on what he believes is dangerous rhetoric from the GOP presumptive nominee.
"Hate rhetoric leads to violence," Black said.
He also referenced the Trump University scandal.
"These people got scammed. The guy's a fraud."
In case you were wondering what the other protesters thought of Trump, here's just a glimpse.
Catholics in Alliance also protested Trump before his arrival. They handed out bulletins to the press, which explained why they are not supporting the Republican nominee this November.
"Trump has attacked our values. He's mocked our traditions. He's even gone after faith leaders like Pope Francis. Join us as we hold him accountable."
Trump will be speaking to the Road to Majority audience on Friday afternoon. Stay tuned for more coverage.