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The US Secret Service is investigating after an object, reported to be a rock, was thrown at President Trump's motorcade in Florida.
A group of supporters and protesters had gathered as Trump travelled from the airport to his retreat in Mar-a-Lago when the object was thrown.
A US Secret Service spokesperson said: “The Secret Service can confirm that an object appears to have been thrown at the motorcade this afternoon. We are investigating at this time and don’t have anything further.”
No one is reported to have been hurt in the incident which took place on Friday afternoon.
- Video report by ITV News Washington Correspondent Robert Moore
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While he suffered another blow in his bid to appoint a national security adviser, his connection with the audience was a reminder of how the maverick candidate succeeded in winning almost 63 million votes.
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