Donald Trump started his evening Thursday by attending a private fundraising even with top Republican donors from North Texas.
"Dump Trump, Dump Trump," protestors exclaimed.
About a dozen protesters could be found outside of the Highland Hotel off of Central Expressway and Mockingbird Lane.
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They greeted Trump with signs that read "Dump Trump" and "Say No to Trump."
"As a 24-year-old, I think that it's important for me to stand against bigotry and racism and sexism," said protester, Christian Parks.
There has been a heavy police presence at the hotel all day in anticipation of the fundraising event and potential protests.
The fundraiser was a private, invitation-only event hosted by the Republican National Committee and the Trump Campaign.
Tickets ranged from $500 to $250,000.
Organizers remained tight-lipped about the evening's guest list and wouldn't say how many people were in attendance.
The email invitation urged North Texas Republicans to come together and unite as a party to support Trump as the presumptive nominee so they can take back the White House in November.