Trump praises to 'my African American' supporter at rally

Trump praises to 'my African American' supporter at rally

Trump praises to 'my African American' supporter at rally

"We had a case where we had an African-American guy who was a fan of mine, great fan, great guy!"

"I said, 'Yeah, jobs.' It's all a fog", Cheadle recalled.

It is one thing to oppose Trump and "quite another to start throwing eggs, to start throwing punches and act in a thuggish way", Barajas said.

Some banged on the cars of Trump supporters as they left the rally and chased after those on foot.

Dozens of fights broke out Thursday night at the conclusion of Trump's Silicon Valley appearance.

This African-American gets up and man, he slugged these guys.

Trump's phrasing, however, has drawn sharp criticism, especially over social media.

San Jose police arrested four people Thursday.

"We had an incredible packed crowd...."

During a rally Friday in Redding, Calif., Doanld Trump directed a comment towards an African-American member of the audience that has since raised some eyebrows. "Then they walk out and they get accosted by a bunch of thugs burning the American flag ... and you know what they are, they're thugs".

"Let's say somebody else won", Trump said. "And we had protesters sitting inside the arena".

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The response Friday settled into that familiar pattern.

Polls show that when it comes to support among African-American voters, Trump consistently trails his likely general election opponent, Democrat Hillary Clinton. At one point, Trump had to interrupt his speech to call a medic for a woman in the front row. He argued the couple are only pretending to like the president to avoid prosecution for Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server as secretary of state. 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. And now is it a surprise that people who don't like him are stepping over that low bar? "It should all stop; it is not acceptable".

The San Jose Mercury calls it "the biggest and most violent political protest San Jose has seen in decades". But it also attracted unaffiliated protesters, including self-identified anarchists.

Numerous protesters were young, like 26-year-old Janet Brambila, who said she wasn't there participate in the violence.

Several rally attendees fainted and were taken away on gurneys.

"It taints the otherwise positive message we were trying to send", he said. "We defeat Trump by standing together".

Thursday night's crowd, which had numbered over 300 just after the rally, thinned significantly as the night went on, but those who remained near the San Jose Convention Center were rowdy and angry. As Trump supporters exited the rally, protesters shouted insults at them and accused them of being racists.

She predicted the clashes would drive people into Trump's camp and said the violence backed up some of the candidate's race-tinged rhetoric. "There's no room for a politics that fails to at least listen to the other side, even if you vehemently disagree", he said.

"Oh, look at my African-American over here", an excited Trump said, while pointing into the crowd.

"No, I don't think so at all", Trump replied. "He's instigating. He's creating a situation where individuals are brought to anger and feel like they need to push back, and push back hard". Look at him. Aren't you the greatest? "You basically model a behavior".