BBC Cameraman Shoved By Man At 'Make America Great Again' Rally


President Trump held his first rally of 2019 in El Paso on Monday night. While he was speaking, a man in the crowd began cussing and shoving himself into the nearby news crews, hurting a cameraman from the BBC.

"I didn't know what was going on," BBC'S Ron Skeans said.

Trump saw the incident happen from the stage, and stopped his rally until he had confirmation that the cameraman wasn't badly hurt. Then he gave a thumbs up to the crowd and continued.

After the rally, a campaign official for Trump mentioned that the man might have been drunk.

According to the BBC, they have written to Sarah Sanders requesting a review of the security arrangements made for media members at 'Make America Great Again' rallies.

Read the full report on BBC News.


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