Two people wearing Ku Klux Klan outfits and carrying handwritten signs supporting Donald Trump were asked to leave a sidewalk outside a Las Vegas school caucus site, authorities said.
Las Vegas police Officer Jesse Roybal said no arrests were made after officers responded to complaints Tuesday at Cimarron-Memorial High School.
Roybal said callers characterized the clothing worn as "KKK-style attire."
Nevada university Regent Allison Stephens was among black elected officials exchanging social media photos showing the protesters wearing cone-shaped white hoods and white robes.
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One had a sign saying "Trump speaks 4 me" and "Trump 2016. Make America great again."
The other had a sign referring to "President Trump."
Stephens said a police officer at the site told her people dressed like the Klan had been there, but left.