“It was a man or a woman?’: Trump the man-bunned protester defies in Minnesota

Sam Spadino was far from a Trump rally in Minnesota on Wednesday night.

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President Trump taunted a protester about his man-bun, as he was, started from a rowdy rally in Duluth on Wednesday evening.

“It was a man or a woman? Because he needs a haircut more than I do,” Trump the protester said was accompanied by security. “I couldn’t say it. Needs a hair cut.”

The protesters, who held with another person a picture of trump, was removed in the Amsoil Arena in Duluth, Minn., to chants of “USA! USA! USA!” as a trump advised: “Go home to your Mama, darling. You can go home.”

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The demonstrator was later identified as Sam Spadino. The Duluth News Tribune ” reported, he traveled two and a half hour from Minneapolis together with friend Richard Kelly with the goal, within the rally, and disturb you.

When they were about 15 feet from the President, they began to shout and call him a rapist in front of the security area.

Richard told local media that was as a security under her, trump supporters spat on them and shouted.

“It was sick,” said Richard. “It was disgusting, people who support this man.”

Just hours after Trump an executive order signed the controversial practice of separation of children from parents, the came stop this country illegally, the President and his followers met on numerous protests during his short visit in Minnesota.

More than 1,000 people marched past the arena on Wednesday, drawing a hiss and a middle finger of some Trump Fans. And after the speech, two protesters were refused in handcuffs after screaming to stop and push, a supporter of the President outside the arena.

The two were cited and released for disorderly conduct and the other for obstructing the law.

Despite the protests, the Duluth, the police, the day remained relatively civil, as thousands of Fans, the President welcomed said in the arena.

“Thousands of people and an overwhelming politeness was a good day for Duluth,” police chief Mike Tusken wrote on Facebook.

The Duluth rally, trump was the first in a blue state since taking office. He only lost narrowly to Minnesota in 2016. And with the industrial and upper Midwest looming large for Trump’s re-election hopes, the President vowed to spend more time in front of the year 2020.

“You know, to bring I hate, but we came so close to winning the state of Minnesota,” the President said. “And in two and a half years, it’s really easy, I think.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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