A black man who was kicked out of a Donald Trump rally and marked a “hooligan” by the presidential applicant is a long-term supporter of the Republican.C.J. Cary was blamed for being a dissenter by Trump, who intruded on his discourse in Kinston, North Carolina to guarantee the 63-year-old was expelled from the scene.
However, the businessman couldn’t have been more wrong, as Mr Cary attended in support of Trump – and was hoping to hand-deliver a note he had written to him.
But despite the humiliating incident, Mr Cary insisted he will still vote for Trump over Hillary Clinton.
Footage shows the crowd becoming restless as Trump says ‘we have a protester’, before asking him ‘were you paid $1,500 to be a thug?’
Trump then instructed his security to ‘get him out’, to cheers from the crowd.
Mr Cary told the Washington Post: ‘Everyone else is waving Trump signs and I’m waving this white letter.’
He said that, coupled with the fact that he was wearing sunglasses at the evening rally to deal with his sensitivity to light, may have sparked alarm.
Mr Cary added that the security official agreed to deliver the letter for him.
Mr Cary added: ‘I was a little sad but was more happy than sad because my purpose for being there was to give that document to Donald.
‘My mission was to make sure I got it in the right hands, because someone could have just easily tossed it or dropped it.’
He claimed that his correspondence with Trump went back to 1992, when the pair exchanged letters after Trump’s divorce from first wife Ivana.