By Pat Loeb

NEW YORK, N.Y. (CBS) —  Protesters disrupted the annual Pennsylvania Republican fundraising lunch in New York Friday.

The target was featured speaker republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

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One group of protesters tried to barrel their way in, but Martha Applesberger was among a dozen people with Jews for Racial and Economic Justice who paid the $1,000 ticket price and stood one at a time, singing or reciting messages of tolerance.

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She says Trump seemed unfazed.

Trump fan Marc Scoringi says the focus of Trump’s remarks was business, not immigration, though he defended earlier Trump remarks.

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Scoringi predicts a Trump victory.