A protester and a supporter scuffle at a rally in Arizona for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump as the protester is being escorted out of the arena by security. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION). STORY: A scuffle broke out on Tuesday (October 4) at a rally for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in Prescott, Arizona, between one of Trump's supporters and a man protesting Trump's candidacy. The scuffle appeared to come after security had begun escorting the protester from the arena. In March, Three people who claim they were assaulted at a Donald Trump rally in Louisville, Kentucky, last month have filed a lawsuit against the Republican presidential candidate, saying he "incited a riot." Molly Shah, Kashiya Nwanguma and Henry Brousseau filed the lawsuit in Louisville, Kentucky, claiming that Trump's repeated calls to "get them out" at a rally at the Kentucky International Convention Center on March 1 was intended to direct his supporters to "use unwanted, harmful physical force to remove protesters, including the plaintiffs." At the rally in Prescott, Trump said nothing, but shook his finger at the protester before turning his back on the crowd. After the protester was taken outside, he said, "Is there any place that's more fun or creative to be than at a Trump rally?" The incident comes just hours before Trump's vice presidential running mate, Mike Pence, will defend the nominee's actions in a debate with the Democratic nominee for vice president, Tim Kaine, at a university in a small town in Virginia.