Why Trump rallies are getting more violent with more people joining the cause

Posted August 26, 2018 12:31:53When Donald Trump held a rally in Ohio last week, it was not the first time a large crowd gathered to hear him speak.

The event was the latest in a series of Trump rallies to attract hundreds of thousands of supporters, with some claiming the President was being attacked by an unknown force.

A video posted to YouTube on Tuesday showed a man jumping from a second-story window and then running across a street and into the crowd.

The man was wearing a mask, a baseball cap and black pants.

Trump did not speak to the man during the rally, but he appeared to taunt him as he spoke.

One man shouted: ‘You’re a clown, you’re a Nazi, you are a Nazi’.

Another shouted: “We’re not the Nazis, you were the Nazis.”

The Trump rally was attended by many white nationalists and white supremacists, who gathered to protest Trump’s handling of the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.

On Tuesday, the White House said Trump had condemned the violence and promised that “we will do everything in our power to bring the perpetrators of this violence to justice”.

“The President did condemn violence,” a White House official said.

Trump has previously said that white nationalists are ‘enemies of the state’. “

He also spoke with the president of Mexico, spoke with President Enrique Peña Nieto, spoke to the leader of Venezuela, spoke directly to the leaders of China and Russia, and spoke directly with the leader and leader of Japan.”

Trump has previously said that white nationalists are ‘enemies of the state’.

At his first rally as President, in January, he was booed by some in the crowd as he addressed a group of supporters.

At another rally in May, a man wearing a face mask jumped from the roof of a hotel and was tackled by other protesters.

In November, a rally held by members of a group called “Unite the Right” attracted more than 300,000 people.

An online petition asking Trump to resign had attracted more of 1.3 million signatures.

Mr Trump has a history of violent rallies.

He held a speech in Washington in which he was heckled and was hit with a baton by protesters, prompting an FBI investigation.

During his presidential campaign, Mr Trump was photographed with an arm around the neck of a protester and held up by his supporters.