PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — University of Pittsburgh students manning a Donald Trump display say they were under attack on Thursday.

The Pitt Maverick reports supporters were handing out Trump campaign materials near the Hillman Library. Some students heckled the demonstrators, one reportedly saying the group was supporting a “racist” candidate.

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“A student came up to us and made a claim about how Trump wants to get rid of “his people,” Kirk Breiner, a Sophomore and tabling participant told The Pitt Maverick.

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Witnesses say two students threw the fliers on the ground, flipped the table and ran away.

Someone can be heard sarcastically saying “and we’re the violent ones?” as the alleged perpetrators walk away.

Campus police are investigating.

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