Adding, ”I want to thank the Secret Service. These guys are fantastic. They don’t get enough credit. They don’t get enough credit. They are amazing people.”
The US Secret Service, which provides security for presidential candidates, later said someone in the crowd had shouted “gun” but that no weapon was found.
Just before the fracas, the Republican candidate could be seen shielding his eyes from the lights in order to peer into the crowd as a struggle broke out.
There were signs of a fracas in the audience as the agents led Trump away, but once a suspect was in custody Trump returned to resume his speech.
Trump’s campaign event in the Western state was his third in a series of four stops in the so-called swing states across the country throughout the day.
Trump was making a final push in Nevada ahead of the Election Day on Tuesday.
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