Man who Donald Trump called "my African-American" speaks out

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump awkwardly tried to rally support from potential voters during a California rally

When Donald Trump held a rally in San Jose, California on June 2, thousands of people attended.

Some 200 protesters physically attacked attendees at a campaign event for Donald Trump in San Jose, California. The Fire Marshall said it was a safety concern because Trump's jet had to land nearby.

This is only the most recent example of protesters turning violent at Trump rallies.

Unlike the melee in San Jose on Thursday, the atmosphere during and after the rally was peaceful. By that time, their hat was off.

"For any one Mexican here he bashes, there are about 20 Mexicans out there who are hard-working and just doing their job", he said.

After talking about that supporter from Arizona whom he called a "great fan" and a "great guy" Trump said, "We have tremendous African-American support, "The Huffington Post reports".

As the segment went along, Scott grew increasingly angry, eventually shouting: "The only reason I stand out as a Trump supporter is because I'm black!".

"Trump talked about the racism, the stereotypical racism targeted against black men by bringing that incident out", Cheadle said.

"Look at my African-American over here, look at him".

"Look at him", Trump added, directing the crowd's attention.

"He created an environment in which it seemed to be acceptable for someone running for president to be inciting violence, to be encouraging his supporters, now we're seeing people who are against him responding in kind", Clinton said.

Trump replied: "Well, as a member of a society where very pro-Mexico and that's fine".

Protesters blocked the hotel where Trump spoke and the candidate had to traverse a ditch and enter the hotel through a back door.

The man Trump identified in the crowd, 1st District congressional candidate Gregory Cheadle, said he appreciated the attention and was inspired by Trump. Clinton told her supporters, "When somebody says that one of his main foreign policy credentials is that he took the Miss Universe pageant to Russian Federation, I'm looking forward to that conversation". For future events of that scope, "we would need more officers with an absolute, number one goal of keeping both parties separate as much as we can". Richardson said she thought it was a "typical Trump rally".

"I was so praying for it", Adriana Constantino said.

Hillary Clinton said today that Donald Trump bears responsibility for the violence outside his rallies.

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