So this is a 'love fest'? Another scuffle breaks out at latest Donald Trump rally
In another instance of chaos at a Donald Trump rally, two men got into a fight over the US Presidential candidate in Albany, New York, reported International Business Times.
In another instance of chaos at a Donald Trump rally, two men got into a fight over the US presidential candidate in Albany, New York, reported International Business Times.
According to International Business Times, the alleged Trump supporter lunged at a protester for booing. The attacker is also seen grabbing the other man's face and pushing it back before security personnel escort the protester away.
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After the altercation, Trump tried to direct the attention back to him by asking all his supporters to raise their hands, but just "not too high" this time, said Russia Today.
The Express UK report further states that Trump has been nonchalant about the violence that breaks out at his rallies and quoted him as saying, "Do you know how many people have been hurt at our rallies? No-one. Maybe someone got hit once, but there is no violence there, these are love fests. The people who are supporting Donald Trump want to see America great again."
According to Russia Today, Albany has 37,915 registered Republicans and Trump currently holds a substantial lead over Ted Cruz and John Kasich.
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