The Donald Trump rally at Arizona turned into a violent one as a rally attendee was arrested after he kicked and punched a protestor, as he was being escorted out by security. This demonstration took place on Saturday, March 19, 2016, at Arizona.
The protestor who was being punched was escorted out after the rally of Trump was disrupted with a woman who wore Ku Klux Klan headgear.
The headgear was kept on as the police escorted her, only taking the white cloth off her head after the protestor who was in front of her was being punched. Later, the protestor was released, say the Tucson police.
Moments before this attack, the Ku Klux Klan hat was spotted by Trump in the crowd, after which the security was called for removing the protestor.
Trump told the crowd that there is a creepy guy, who has put the Ku Klux Klan hat on. He thinks he is a cute guy, but he is too disgusting.
After this thing had happened in stands, Trump stated that they are the troublemakers and were taking away their First Amendment rights.
Trump continued delivering his stump to the crowd and attempted to speak loudly so that his voice reaches the protestors.
Eventually, a senior adviser to the campaign, Daniel Scavino and Corey Lewandowski, his campaign manager infiltrated the pocket of protestors for escorting them out of the venue.
Although Lewandowski was next to the security guard of Trump, who grabbed the protestor, his spokeswoman insisted that Lewandowski didn’t touch the protestor.
His spokeswoman wrote in an email that Corey was speaking with a protestor in Tucsn’s rally when the individual was pulled by a man to Lewandowski’s left.
In the video, it was clearly shown how the protestor reacted to the guy who pulled him. Trump doesn’t accept such violence at his rallies, says the spokeswoman.