By Michael Tobin | FoxNews.com
CLEVELAND – When Republicans held their 2008 national convention in Minneapolis, demonstrators ran through the streets smashing windows and dumping trash cans.
Similarly rowdy protests already are following presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump wherever he goes – but will Cleveland, the site of this year’s convention and a city already reeling from racially charged police-shooting cases, be ready?
Steve Loomis, president of the Cleveland Police Patrolmen’s Association, says they’re not yet.
“I don’t think that we’re anywhere we need to be for it,” Loomis said.