Trump hustled off stage in Nevada by security agents
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By Emily Stephenson
RENO, Nevada (Reuters) - Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump was hustled off the stage by security agents at a campaign event in Reno on Saturday after a perceived threat in the crowd.
Two security agents grabbed Trump by the shoulders and rushed him back stage. The threat was unclear, but a man near the front of the crowd was pounced on by other security agents.
TV video showed the man being escorted away by a group of police officers, with his hands behind his back.
Trump returned to the stage a few minutes later to continue his rally speech, three days before Tuesday's election.
"We will never be stopped," Trump said.
(Reporting by Emily Stephenson; writing by Steve Holland; editing by Tom Brown and Mary Milliken)
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