Baltimore police and stadium officials escorted at least four Baltimore Orioles fans from Camden Yards during a Thursday night baseball game after the fans reportedly unfurled a large "Trump 2020" banner inside the stadium.
What are the details?
A photo, which was snapped by Twitter user Nathan Ruiz, shows the banner hanging, words "Keep America Great!" prominently in view.
According to Ruiz, a group of people began chanting "Take it down" after spotting it waving in the breeze.
Ruiz shared the image to Twitter, writing, "There are some people hanging a 'Trump 2020' sign over the second deck in Oriole Park. Very little effort has seemingly been made to remove it despite a small 'Take it down' chant breaking out."
According to Newsweek, "Political signs or banners are prohibited and signs or banners of any kind may not hang 'anywhere in the ballpark.'"
The outlet also reported that fans began cheering when authorities escorted the four fans from the stadium.
Some of them even reportedly sang, ""Na na na na, na na na na, hey hey-ey, goodbye."
The banner only remained up for about 10 minutes before it was pulled down, according to TMZ.
A video circulating on social media also showcases the incident, purportedly featuring one of the fans shouting in response to those demanding the banner be pulled down.
"Six more years! Still your president! Still your president! Winners! Winners! Winners!" the fan can be heard shouting in the video.
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