At a Donald Trump rally in Fayetteville, N.C., on March 9, 2016, a Trump supporter, wearing the cowboy hat, vest and pink shirt, punches a protester in the face as he is being escorted out of the building; security tackles and arrests the victim after he is hit.  
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During a Donald Trump rally Wednesday night in Fayetteville, N.C., several black protesters were being escorted out of the building to boos and racial slurs when one Trump supporter walked into the path of one of the men and punched him in the face.

Plot twist: The victim—that's right, the one who has been assaulted—was then held down and handcuffed by security, but the attacker was never approached or detained.

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Because? Well, Trump.

According to TMZ, 78-year-old John McGraw, who was later identified as the attacker, was arrested Thursday morning and is currently in police custody. 

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See the disturbing video below:

Read more at TMZ.