A controversial street artist's miniature act of vandalism is drawing massive attention.
The protesters held tan sheets portraying a border wall and called to "wall off Trump."
"There's no issue here," said F.H. Buckley.
He discussed women's rights, the Declaration of Independence and Sun Tzu.
An official said "dispersal orders" were likely being issued in downtown Cleveland.
The deal is intended to help battle the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
Dozens of demonstrators were surrounded by police Tuesday afternoon.
"We have to stop having protesters chanting, 'Kill cops,' " Republican Dan Patrick said.
Bush reused an attack line Trump often used on him.
"I'm not keeping my distance," the vulnerable Ohio GOP senator says of Trump.