SAN JOSE, Calif. (TheBlaze/AP) — A few hundred protesters are blocking traffic and some are scuffling with supporters of Donald Trump after the presidential candidate's rally in San Jose, California.
Police were keeping their distance and not getting involved with the protesters marching in the streets outside of San Jose Convention Center on Thursday night.
One woman, a Trump supporter, was surrounded by protesters who allegedly threw eggs and bottles at her head, BuzzFeed reported.
Woman who supports Trump surrounded by protesters, who taunt her, then throw eggs and bottles at her. pic.twitter.com/nHJ3cgYOfR— Jacob Rascon (@Jacobnbc) June 3, 2016
Watch the video below:
Watch: The moment a Trump supporter, surrounded by protesters, is egged in the face, hit by other food. pic.twitter.com/qYFdwJWvrS— Jacob Rascon (@Jacobnbc) June 3, 2016
NBC News correspondent Jacob Rascon reported that the woman was "taunted by protesters right before they" attacked her.
Watch: Trump supporter showing off her Trump jersey taunted by protesters right before they egg her in the face. pic.twitter.com/3wt0UqLq9j— Jacob Rascon (@Jacobnbc)June 3, 2016
Video showed another Trump supporter being struck in the head from behind as he was leaving the rally.
He was later seen with blood on shirt.
"I was walking out with my Trump sign and he grabbed my Trump sign and he started following me. He said I was like a racist and stuff," the man later said.
He added: "I was walking away and he was like 'get out of here.' And I'm like, 'I'm walking away.'"
About a dozen fights broke out amid the crowd.
Some protesters grabbed Trump hats and tried to burn them. Others were banging on the cars of supporters trying to leave the rally.
Police declared the gathering an unlawful assembly about 30 minutes after the rally ended, but had yet to make any arrests.