Trump Jokes His Supporters Were 'Protecting' Biden's Bus On Highway

President Donald Trump on Sunday mockingly claimed that his supporters were “protecting” a campaign bus belonging to Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden when a caravan of vehicles dangerously surrounded it on a Texas highway, leading to a vehicular collision. “They were protecting their bus yesterday because they’re nice,” Trump said at a rally in Michigan to cheers, laughter and applause. Video that captured the situation in Hays County on Friday showed the tour bus being surrounded by vehicles with Trump flags. This is a traffic violation and attempted homicide. Why hasn’t anyone been arrested? pic.twitter.com/QnfF4vXMQn— melissa “cancel student debt” byrne (@mcbyrne) 십월 31, 2020 The person recording it jokes that they’re trying to run Biden out of Texas. As the camera pans to the surrounding drivers, two vehicles directly behind the bus ram into one another. One of the vehicles was reportedly being driven by a volunteer with Biden’s campaign. A Biden campaign official, speaking with CNN, said the drivers cut off the bus and forced it to drop its speed to 25 mph. Staffers on the bus reportedly called 911 amid the chaos. President Trump on Biden bus incident in Texas: \”You see the way our peoplethey were protecting his bus yesterday because they’re nice.\RELATED: Biden campaign cancels event in Texas after pro-Trump cars surrounded its bus https://t.co/8wFMinbLjC pic.twitter.com/a3mMr8RmQ8— The Hill (@thehill) 십일월 1, 2020 Biden’s campaign and state Democrats canceled multiple events in Texas following the incident. Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, when asked about the video on Sunday, said that Trump wouldn’t endorse “hurting other people.” On Saturday, Trump tweeted a video of the vehicles with the caption: “I LOVE TEXAS!” “Certainly you don’t want harm, and we shouldn’t be hurting other people so the president would not endorse that,” McDaniel said on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”

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