Protester gets close to Trump at Capitol

Aaron Brown
October 25, 2017

Looks like someone threw Russian flags like confetti when Trump walked into the Senate. "This president conspired with agents of the Russian government to steal an election", he yelled towards Trump.

U.S. President Donald trump threw flags with the Russian tricolor in the Congress building on Capitol hill.

"Trump is treason!" the protester yelled as he confronted the president. In February, Clayton and another activist distributed Russian flags emblazoned with "TRUMP" to attendees at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) as the president took to the stage.

Trump wasn't in any danger, but the incident nevertheless appeared to be a security breach. News congressional reporter and producer Frank Thorp captured one of the better angles of the protester's tirade. "We must impeach Trump to save democracy in America".

The incident occurred as Trump was heading to the White House for lunch.

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The protester appears to have posed as a member of the media throughout the morning and was even seen as part of a group of journalists talking to Sen.

Senator Bob Corker, head of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, today said the President "has great difficulty with the truth on many issues" and said he repeatedly mislead the American public.

The startling scene played out in full view of the cameras as Trump walked down the Capitol halls with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky.

He was later identified as Americans Take Action's Ryan Clayton.

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