A man wearing a Donald Trump shirt at a Hillary Clinton campaign event was arrested over the weekend after he punched two of the events attendees. The New York Daily News reports that the man was wearing a pro-Trump shirt while attending a Clinton rally in North Carolina on Sunday. He's been charged with a misdemeanor.
According to the New York Daily News, a few people were creating ruckus before the man punched anyone. Dan Merica with CNN tweeted that the man in the Trump shirt put one person in a headlock before punching them at least one time. At least one of the individuals assaulted did not receive medical treatment after the incident, according to the Daily News.
Merica also tweeted that Clinton responded to the initial disruptions by telling the crowd, "Some people are sore losers, we just have to keep going."