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Mob Of Angry Trump Supporters Swarm Anti-Trump Protesters In Miami, Yell Anti-Gay Slurs

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Video of an angry mob of pro-Trump supporters descending on a lone anti-Trump supporter in Miami has gone viral hours ahead of Donald Trump’s arraignment hearing in a federal courthouse in Miami Tuesday afternoon.

Trump is expected to be taken into custody and placed under arrest by US Marshals and arraigned during a 3 p.m. ET court hearing before a magistrate judge.

He’s expected to plead not guilty to the charges. The area around the federal court in Miami has been put on a “soft lockdown” as thousands of protesters have started to gather ahead of Trump’s arrival.

Award-winning documentarian Ford Fischer shared several heated exchanges between pro and anti-Trump protesters, including one where an anti-Trump protester wearing a prison-style costume and holing a “lock him up” sign and was separated by police from the Trump supporters after a tense confrontation.

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