In this March 12, 2016, photo, Secret Service agents guard Republican presidential candidate, businessman Donald Trump, on the stage after a man tried to breach the security buffer at his campaign event at the Wright Brothers Aero Hangar in Vandalia, Ohio.
In this March 12, 2016, photo, Secret Service agents guard Republican presidential candidate, businessman Donald Trump, on the stage after a man tried to breach the security buffer at his campaign event at the Wright Brothers Aero Hangar in Vandalia, Ohio. Kiichiro Sato AP
In this March 12, 2016, photo, Secret Service agents guard Republican presidential candidate, businessman Donald Trump, on the stage after a man tried to breach the security buffer at his campaign event at the Wright Brothers Aero Hangar in Vandalia, Ohio. Kiichiro Sato AP
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