At a Trump campaign rally in North Augusta, South Carolina on Tuesday, Donald Trump was interrupted by a Black activist who was screaming sick profanities at the candidate and raising his middle finger to the crowd.
Two Trump supporters “took action” against the radical obscene protester – and Mr. Trump called them up to the stage to share a few words.
Then the crowd ERUPTED after one of the men told the audience he was an two-tour Iraq War veteran… and much more:
Powerful. And they weren’t alone among veterans supporting Trump today in the Palmetto State:
— Trump’s Got My Vote (@veganvecoh) February 14, 2016
Pretty remarkable given that the campaigns of Jeb Bush and Ted Cruz had demanded Trump “apologize to Iraq veterans” for his slam against George W. Bush’s invasion of the country in 2003.