Crowd Chants ‘USA’ As Protestor Is Kicked, Dragged Out Of Trump Rally (VIDEO)

A protestor attending a campaign event for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was dragged out of the event Friday and kicked by a man described by the Trump campaign as a rally attendee, reported an NBC affiliate.

The campaign rally, held at the Trump National Miami Doral Resort, was interrupted by three groups who were “chanting pro-immigration messages,” according to the TV station.

The protestor, identified by the NBC affiliate as Ariel Rojas, can be seen in a video being dragged by a man who also kicks him while he’s on the ground before police removed Rojas from the room.

All the while, the crowd chants “USA.”

Rojas and other protestors were escorted off the premises by police, according to the report.

Watch the video:

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