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Donald Trump Rushed off Stage by Security Service during Reno Campaign Rally in Nevada

US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has been rushed off stage by secret service agents while addressing a crowd of supporters at a campaign rally in Reno, Nevada.

The 70-year-old billionaire, however, reappeared several minutes after the Saturday evening incident to cheers from his supporters saying, "Nobody said it was going to be easy for us, I want to thank the Secret Service."

No reason has yet been reported for the security measure.

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.

This is while veteran Nevada political analyst Jon Ralston wrote in a Saturday column that the Republican presidential candidate has an uphill battle in the state following a boom of early voting by Democrats, insisting that he "needs a Miracle in [Las] Vegas on Election Day," referring to the nation's gambling capital.

Local reports indicate that Trump is currently leading his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in the state by two points.

No matter what the Republican nominee does in the last days before the election, he "has almost no path to the presidency without Nevada," Ralston further predicted, Press TV reported.

Source: Al Alam

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