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WATCH: Trump rally turns violent when supporter spits in protester’s face

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A fight broke out between Donald Trump’s supporters and a group of protesters at the Republican frontrunner’s rally in Richmond, Virginia on Wednesday.

According to Mediaite, things turned ugly when Trump brought up the topic of immigration and reiterated his claim that he will build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico.

Protesters began to chant, but Trump supporters shouted louder.

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As the protesters were removed from the room, a Trump supporter reportedly spat in the face of a protester, which was when things turned violent.

CNN Tonight tweeted about the scuffle with a video of the confrontation.

Video of white Trump supporter spitting on the protester:

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