This election is getting nasty! Outside a California Republican Party convention on Friday, angry Donald Trump protesters assaulted a 51-year-old mortgage broker — and the whole fracas was caught on video.
In Burlingame, Calif., a Trump supporter named Christopher Conway attempted to walk through a crowd of rowdy protesters. Hundreds were gathered outside a local hotel to demonstrate against Trump, who was scheduled to speak at the convention.
Repeatedly pushed, shoved, and yelled at, Conway stood his ground.
"This is my hometown, this is Burlingame," Conway said. "And I ain't scared of nobody. Not now, not ever."
"You're a racist," one protester yelled. "You don't belong here."
One protester who helped Conway said, "You're so lucky, because I saved your a**."
Conway asked a police officer, "Are you going to let me get beat up?"
The protesters then managed to block the entrance to the hotel, forcing Trump to jump over wall behind the Hyatt Hotel.
"That was not the easiest entrance I've ever made," Trump later said. "My wife called, 'There are helicopters following you,' and then we went under the fence and through the fence. It felt like I was crossing the border actually."
When asked about being hassled, Conway asserted several times that this was his "hometown" and that he was not leaving despite the drama. "I kind of expected it, and this is my hometown," Conway said. "I've been kicked, I've been punched. But I ain't going nowhere. This is Burlingame, my hometown, Trump!"
The incident came on the heels of a brawl last week at another Trump rally, when protesters yelled obscenities, smashed cars, and bloodied a Trump supporter in Costa Mesa, California.
Watch the video above!