Trump supporters HECKLE Paul Ryan speech in Wisconsin and chant the Donald's name - after the Speaker uninvited the nominee over shocking hot mic remarks
- Donald Trump supporters protest Speaker Paul Ryan's event in Wisconsin
- Ryan uninvited Trump from the speech after recording emerged on Friday
- Fans of the nominee booed the Speaker and chanted Trump's name
- Some people shouted 'shame on you' and 'you turned your backs on us'
Furious Donald Trump supporters have tried to disrupt Paul Ryan's speech in Wisconsin, after the Speaker uninvited the Republican nominee from the event.
Trump had been scheduled to appear with Ryan at the event in Elkhorn on Saturday, however he was told to stay home after a recording from 2005 on which he made offensive comments about women emerged.
Trump's running mate Mike Pence was to fill in for Trump, but the Indiana governor canceled hours before the annual 'Fall Fest' event began.
Furious Donald Trump supporters have tried to disrupt Paul Ryan's speech in Wisconsin, after the Speaker disinvited the Republican nominee
Defiant Trump supporters voiced their frustration at Ryan and other Republicans who spoke at the county fairgrounds in front of two large American flags, rows of pumpkins and stacks of straw.
Ryan - who said Friday he was 'sickened' by Trump's words - was heckled with shouts of 'shame on you' and 'you turned your backs on us!'
Trump tweeted about the rally on Saturday night: 'Thank you to my great supporters in Wisconsin.
'I heard that the crowd and enthusiasm was unreal!'
Trump's comments were made in a 2005 video obtained and released Friday by The Washington Post and NBC News.
In the video, Trump is heard describing his attempts to have sex with a married woman. He also brags about women letting him kiss and grab them because he is famous.
Trump tweeted about the rally on Saturday night: 'Thank you to my great supporters in Wisconsin
Paul Ryan speaks during the 1st Congressional District Republican Party of Wisconsin Fall Fest on Saturday
Trump supporters tried to shout down Paul Ryan at the speech on Saturday. Pictured is a Republican supporter wearing a t-shirt that reads: 'f*** off we're full'
'When you're a star they let you do it. You can do anything,' Trump says in the previously unaired comments. He adds seconds later: 'Grab them by the p----. You can do anything.'
Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel, the only speaker to directly address Trump's crude remarks, was heckled when he said 'I know Donald Trump has said some things that are bad.'
'Get over it!' someone shouted.
Wisconsin voter Mike Goril holds a 'Trump Pence' sign in the air at the Fall Fest on Saturday in Elkhorn
A woman at the Wisconsin Fall Fest on Saturday wears a badge on her top that reads: 'Deplorables for Trump'
Ryan obliquely referred to the furor as 'a bit of an elephant in the room,' at the opening of his 7-minute speech.
'It is a troubling situation, and I'm serious, it is,' Ryan said. 'I put out a statement about this last night. I meant what I said and it's still how I feel. But that is not what we are here to talk about today.'
Other speakers - including Sen. Ron Johnson and Gov. Scott Walker - didn't mention Trump and instead focused on state contests, such as Johnson's Senate race with Democrat Russ Feingold. But Walker and Johnson both released statements ahead of the event denouncing Trump.
A die-hard Donald Trump fan is seen wearing a t-shirt with the Republican nominee on it, as well as badges in support of the reality television host
An attendee shows off an anti-Clinton sticker on her jacket at the 1st Congressional District Republican Party of Wisconsin Fall Fest
Many in the crowd made clear they were standing by the candidate.
'Trump is a great man,' said Scott Reese, a 40-year-old plumber wearing a red 'Make America Great Again' hat. 'We all make mistakes.'
Jean Stanley, a 50-year-old woman from New Berlin, Wisconsin, came to the rally wearing a pink T-shirt with bold, black lettering that said 'Wisconsin Women Love Trump.'
'He's a real human,' Stanley said. 'It was a long time ago. We all have something in our past. He was a Hollywood icon then.'
A man at the Republican event is seen wearing a t-shirt that reads: 'Hillary for prison'
Many people at the event on Saturday were upset with Paul Ryan's decision to uninvite nominee Donald Trump
WHICH REPUBLICANS HAVE DENOUNCED DONALD TRUMP AND WHO HAS CALLED FOR HIM TO DROP OUT OF THE RACE
WHO HAS WITHDRAWN SUPPORT FOR TRUMP
Illinois Senator Mark Kirk
Utah Senator Mike Lee
Alaska Senator Dan Sullivan
Virginia Representative Barbara Comstock
Arizona Senator Jeff Flake
New Jersey Representative Scott Garrett
Alabama Congresswoman Martha Roby
Nevada Representative Joe Heck
South Dakota Senator John Thune
New Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte
Utah Governor Gary Hebert
Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz
Idaho Senator Mike Crapo
Arizona Senator John McCain
Utah Governor Gary Hebert
Missouri Congresswoman Ann Wagner
Former presidential candidate Carly Fiorina
WHO HAS DENOUNCED TRUMP'S STATEMENTS
Running mate Mike Pence
Republican Speaker Paul Ryan
Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell
Former presidential nominee Mitt Romney
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush
Texas Senator Ted Cruz
Washington Congresswoman Cathy McMorris-Rodgers
Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey
Florida Senator Marco Rubio
Illinois Congressman Robert Dold
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker
Ohio Governor John Kasich
Ohio Senator Rob Portman
Former New York Governor George Pataki
Colorado Congressman Mike Coffman
Tennessee Senator Bob Corker
Minnesota Congressman Erik Paulsen
Former presidential candidate Ben Carson
Former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman
Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse
Alabama Representative Bradley Byrne
Julie Marso, from Milwaukee, said she still supports Trump.
'You should vote according to the issues facing this country, not the kind of dirt you can dig up on people,' she said.
Orville Seymer, a 62-year-old conservative activist wearing a red, white and blue American flag hat, said the 'mildly vulgar comments from 11 years ago' are getting a disproportionate amount of media attention, especially compared to Clinton's 'numerous scandals.'
Stanley called Ryan a 'traitor' for denouncing Trump, a sentiment echoed by Dennis Karbowski, a trucker from Elkhorn, Wisconsin.
'Mr. Trump is human,' Karbowski said. 'We've all said those things. ... Either you believe in your party or you don't. I don't like Judases.'
Speaker Ryan was also attacked on social media by Trump supporters, with some accusing him of turning his back on the party's nominee.
A supporter of Republican presidential nominee attends the 1st Congressional District Republican Party of Wisconsin event in Elkhorn on Saturday
Donald Trump fans attacked Speaker Paul Ryan on social media for disinviting the nominee from the Wisconsin event
'@SpeakerRyan stand behind @realDonaldTrump. We are. Bet you weren't the same person 11 years ago. Past is the past that long ago,' Dawn Heinrich tweeted.
'@SpeakerRyan don't play into their hands. The comments were a decade ago and common between two dudes chatting. Stick to issues,' Glenn Randolph wrote.
'I watched the spectacle that Ryan put on.some of the peo[ple (sic) were upset, kept chanting TRUMP,' another said.
'@SpeakerRyan is such a punk. Just looking for excuse to dump Trump,' Karen
'@SpeakerRyan The People will elect Donald Trump. You continue to defy the will of the people! Ryan you work for us! Support Trump again!' Jack Kinge said.
'@SpeakerRyan Get over yourself and your 'holier than thou attitude' and support the man the party nominated! You are an embarrassment!' Jan Harrison tweeted.
Ryan is among dozens of prominent Republicans who have criticized Trump for the comments that emerged on Friday.
Others, including Senator John McCain, have gone as far as to say the nominee should drop out of the race.
House Speaker Paul Ryan speaks during the 1st Congressional District Republican Party of Wisconsin Fall Fest
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