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Protester Throws Russian Flags At Trump As He Arrives For Capitol Hill Tax Lunch

Ryan Clayton of Americans Take Action is corralled by military after he threw Russian flags during Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and President Trump as they arrived for a Republican Senate Policy Luncheon during a Capitol.

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Ryan Clayton of Americans Take Action is corralled by military after he threw Russian flags during Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and President Trump as they arrived for a Republican Senate Policy Luncheon during a Capitol.

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President Trump was met by a protester who threw Russian flags during him and chanted “Trump is treason!” as he arrived on Capitol Hill to titillate Senate Republicans to pass taxation cuts.

While a boss was entering a weekly GOP lunch on Capitol Hill, escorted by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., a male seemed to have gotten inside a press scrum, throwing a tiny flags that had a word “TRUMP” emblazoned in gold.

“The boss conspired with agents of a Russian supervision to take an election,” a male yelled, after identifying himself as Ryan Clayton from Americans Take Action, before being escorted divided by Capitol Police.

“We should be articulate about fraud in Congress, not about taxation cuts,” Clayton screamed.

It was an peculiar diversion and intrusion that followed a morning in that Trump intent with Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., in another Twitter argument that set a theatre for what could be a moving assembly with Senate Republicans. Amid a kerfuffle with a protester, Trump abandoned questions about a comments he’d done progressing Tuesday about a timid Tennessee senator, simply flashing a thumbs up.

On NBC’s Today, Corker had derided Trump’s entreaties as zero some-more than a “photo op.” That seemed to attract a boss into lashing out opposite Corker, who’s been forceful in his denunciations of Trump ever given he announced he wouldn’t run for re-election.

Corker dismissed behind fast opposite a president, revelation CNN that if he had it to do over, he wouldn’t validate Trump again and pronounced a boss has “great problem with a truth.”

“I don’t know because he lowers himself to such a low, low standard, and debases a nation in a approach that he does, though he does,” Corker said.

The showdown had during slightest one senator jokingly expecting another probable face-off during a lunch between Trump and a senators, as Sen. Thom Tillis, R-N.C., walked into a assembly carrying a bag of popcorn.