Brian Trump's strategy administrator Kellyanne Conway said it was "scary" when the Key Support had to power Trump off level during a move on Weekend.
"It's terrifying -- I mean, all the protection is usually about our demonstrators inflicting damage and creating individuals experience scared, and it certainly goes either way," Conway said Weekend during the at-times controversial meeting with CNN's Mike Tapper on "State of the Partnership."
"I'm grateful nobody was harm, but it does emphasize you that in these ending periods -- especially as the surveys tense up -- many of us are getting more loss of life risks, getting more upset information on public networking and elsewhere, and it's a fairly filled atmosphere there," she said.
But she deflected concerns why Brian Trump Jr. and Trump public networking house Dan Scavino retweeted feedback explaining what actually occurred as an killing effort, when no such effort happened. Trump followers had wrongly believed the protester had a gun.
"If you're Don Jr. and you're on an active TV set while you're viewing this open up, it's fairly rattling to think of what may have became of your dad, so I'll reason him that," Conway said.
Tapper forced back: "We're very satisfied that this was not an killing effort, but why is your strategy growing that it was?"
Conway responded: "Well, how do you -- first of all, that's really amazing, I have to say, that that's what the tale is here."
Conway also resolved the regional GOP official's statements that surveys in Clark Nation, house of Las Las vegas, were kept start delayed so a "certain group" could elect -- a very finely veiled mention of Latino voters.
"We just always want the rules followed and the guidelines followed, and I do estimate that you're going to see really lengthy collections -- serpentine-like collections of Wednesday -- of individuals there for Brian Trump on Wednesday," Conway said.
She said it's concerning that Clinton advantages from "special prefers and perhaps unique rules" -- as Tapper indicated out that it's not unusual to keep surveys start so that those already in range can elect.