DAYTON, Ohio (FOX 13) - Protesters disrupted a second Trump appearance, this time in Ohio.
At a rally Saturday morning near Dayton, Ohio – Trump was interrupted repeatedly by protesters. Then, from the back of the stage, a protestor tried to rush Trump, forcing the Secret Service to intervene.
Cell phone video from the rally provided by rally-goer Joel M. shows security hauling the protester away.
As officers surrounded Trump, the crowd could be heard booing and chanting Trump’s name. Trump supporters then cheered as the protester was led away, chanting "USA, USA".
Trump made a double thumbs up to the crowd. Some supporters could be heard shouting things like, "kill him," and, "kick his [expletive].”
Trump thanked the officers, adding a thanks for the crowd.
"Thank you for the warning. I was ready for him, but it's much easier if the cops do it," Trump said to the crowd.