The Donald’s rally in Salt Lake City held on Friday, March 18, 2016, ended up being a battle between pro and anti-Trump parties, as a protester beheaded an effigy of Donald Trump.
A video uploaded to Twitter by KSL5 reporter, Nicole Vowell, revealed protesters hanging a model of Trump by its neck on the steps of city hall.
A man who wielded a mighty weapon, and in a swift motion beheaded the effigy said, “I hate Trump!”
Another recording of the event, which was named #DumpTrump, shows a second man taking a swing at the now headless presidential hopeful.
The man, a Starbucks barista named Hans Stiles, who uploaded the video to Twitter with the message “Yes that’s me and I just lead a revolution,” also wields the mighty plank.
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“How can Trump run a country when he can’t even do his hair right?” he shouts to the cheering crowd, before striking the faux Trump down with a roar.
Trump has come under heavy criticism for his aggressive style of campaigning, which has seen him acquire the image of a racist.
He has made comments meant to incite the citizens against Muslims in the US. Trump blamed the Muslim community as one of the problems facing the country.
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