More than 100 protesters in Chicago gathered outside a Republican party fundraiser where Vice President-elect Mike Pence was attending. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: More than 100 protesters gathered on Friday (December 30) to meet Vice President-elect Mike Pence outside a Republican Party fundraising luncheon in Chicago. The protesters chanted and held up signs, voicing their concerns about President-elect Donald Trump. Pence used the back entrance of the club to enter, avoiding the protesters. Tickets to the luncheon - located at the Chicago Club on Michigan Avenue - were priced at $2,700 per ticket. The protesters are planning to demonstrate outside Trump Tower in Chicago with others at different Trump properties across the country on New Year's Eve and leading up to inauguration.