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A Latino supporter of Donald Trump left a rally in San Jose last week with a mild concussion, broken nose and clothes covered in blood.

Juan Hernandez said he was just walking when, out of no where, anti-Trump protesters came up from behind and started throwing punches.

"It was riots. Riots were happening everywhere, and the protesters were picking out supporters and sucker-punching them, taking them down."

He said that a friend who was with him who'd had her glasses ripped off asked a police officer why they weren't doing anything, and he told her they were told to stand down by the city's mayor and police chief.

Hernandez said he's gotten a lot of flak for supporting Trump's candidacy.

"Coming out as gay was really difficult," he said, "but coming out as a Trump Republican supporter was far more difficult."

Watch the full interview above.


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