A reporter captured scenes of a rowdy crowd outside a rally held by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Sunday.
Matt Finn, a national correspondent for Fox News, posted pictures and video of protesters — whom he initially described as “calm” — outside the venue.
"Seal the deal Indiana vote Trump" banner flying above #Trump rally in Fort Wayne, IN. https://t.co/eVDfXLMWGD— Matt Finn (@Matt Finn) 1462131500.0
About 100 protestors outside of Fort Wayne, #Indiana Trump rally. Very calm.— Matt Finn (@Matt Finn) 1462131618.0
Then things outside the rally appeared to take a turn, as Finn captured footage of protesters using strong language and making explicit gestures.
Here is a example of what most #trump rallies look like these days. These are protestors. Warning: strong language. https://t.co/SwgM0WFLTa— Matt Finn (@Matt Finn) 1462138279.0
These are very young protestors outside the #Trump rally in Fort Wayne, IN this afternoon. #IndianaPrimary https://t.co/yTpPFc0GaW— Matt Finn (@Matt Finn) 1462139590.0
The protesters, one of whom was a child wearing a sticker in support of Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (Vt.), yelled profanities at Trump supporters en route to the rally.
This post has been updated.