The Donald TrumpDonald TrumpCarter Page questioned in FBI Russia investigation: report Major progressive group rolls out first incumbent House endorsement Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods underscores the threat posed by ‘big data’ MORE protester who was punched and kicked at a rally in Tucson, Ariz., Saturday said he was protesting the "fascism" of the Trump campaign. 

"I was protesting Trump’s facism, his racism, his lies, his women-hating," the protester, who identified himself as Bryan Sanders, said in an interview with the Arizona Daily Star. 

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Sanders said he was holding a sign that said "Trump is bad for America." 

"A guy grabbed the sign out of my hand as I was being escorted out of the building and sucker punched me," he said. 

Sanders identified himself as an independent and said he also attended a Bernie SandersBernie SandersSanders dodges question on FBI investigation into his wife Major progressive group rolls out first incumbent House endorsement A bipartisan consensus against 'big pharma' is growing in Congress MORE rally the night before. 

‘We're gonna stop this; this is not going to continue," he said. "If it takes somebody getting punched in the face, that's what it takes, no problem."