New video shows a Donald Trump supporter confronting another man at a rally in Albany, New York, Monday.
Reporter Kate Seckinger with the Daily Gazette newspaper in Schenectady, New York, captured the incident in which a man, who later identified himself as "Mike" from Albany, is seen grabbing another man's face as others in the crowd try to hold him back.
The clash was the result of a feud between Trump supporters and Trump protesters, Mediaite reported.
The man who was allegedly attacked, the Trump protester, was later seen being escorted out of the rally. It was not clear whether the Trump supporter was also forced to leave.
Police said no arrests were made as a result of this particular incident. It was not clear whether any charges would be filed, NBC News reported.
“I have my personal rights and my personal space. They’re gonna start yelling about some bulls**t, I’ll snatch your ass up. That’s all,” Mike later told NBC News.
When asked if he supports Trump for president, he responded, “Hell, yeah!"
"He’s no bulls**t. All balls. F*** you all balls. That’s what I’m about," Mike added.
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