Trump fan ‘pulls a GUN on teen girls who splashed him with water’ at unofficial rally for the president

VIDEO clips has emerged showing a Donald Trump supporter pulling a handgun on teenage girls after he was splashed with water. 

The drama unfolded in Woodinville, Washington, after the man was apparently soaked at an unofficial Trump rally. 

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The clip begins with a furious man, who is dressed in a light brown coat and wearing a Trump baseball cap, brandishing a gun and swearing.

Meanwhile a girl can be heard yelling: "Hey, hey, hey gun!"

A woman then pushes the man back, as the young woman videoing screams: "What’s your name, what’s your name? I’m calling the police.

"What’s your name, what's your name.. because I’ve got it on video.

"You pulled a gun… on girls."


The Trump fan then wipes his face and shouts: "It’s f***ing spit."

The girl then yells back: "It’s f***ing water you snowflake."

The clip then ends. It is unclear if the police are investigating. 

The footage was posted on Twitter, with one user writing: "Unhinged.

"Out of control. Scared. Just like his president but with a gun in hand."

Another claimed the person who allegedly threw water provoked the assault, although they said pulling a gun "was way over the top".

It comes as rapper Offset was cuffed by cops after he was busted "waving guns" at people while driving through a Trump rally in Beverly Hills.

The Migos star shot a vid he posted to Instagram Live showing officers in his video after they pulled him over.

The clip shows cops ordering him to turn off his engine and step out of the car, which the rapper refused to do.

When one of the police officers says Offset was "waving guns at people," he claims that Trump supporters used a flag to strike his car. 

Offset, whose real name is Kiari Kendrell Cephus, utters various defiant and threatening statements during the livestream.

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