An expletive-filled shouting match nearly erupted into a physical battle between a left-wing media host and two allies of Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpFive takeaways from Cruz, O'Rourke's debate showdown Arpaio files libel suit against New York Times IMF's Christine Lagarde delays trip to Middle East MORE at the Republican National Convention’s media row on Thursday.
Cenk Uygur of “The Young Turks,” a web video show, faced off with Infowars’s Alex Jones and former Trump adviser Roger Stone in a confrontation captured by numerous camera phones. Footage appeared on YouTube and elsewhere online afterward.
Uygur called Stone a "piece of crap" and "the biggest liar in media." 
"Bullshit! Bullshit! Bullshit!" yelled Stone in response. 
At one point, Jones stood over Uygur with a microphone and demanded he debate Stone.
Uygur spoke to The Hill on Friday morning to share his perspective on the incident. 
"Alex Jones was absolutely not invited on our show," he explained. "I saw that he was lying about that after the incident, which should be unsurprising given that his whole show is built on fallacious, insane conspiracy theories. He burst on to our set, insulted our hosts, interrupted our show and then would not leave when asked repeatedly." 
Uygur then addressed the lack of security on media row — officers reportedly took 50 minutes to respond to the incident. 
"I'm amazed that the RNC did not have security escort him out after he broke on to our set and caused a disturbance during our broadcast," says Uygur, before turning his attention to Stone. 
"Roger Stone was another participant in this traveling freak show, which makes me wonder how much power he continues to have with the Trump campaign — and how that campaign might try to physically intimidate the press going forward." 
No arrests were made when security did arrive. 
The Hill has reached out to Jones and Stone for comment.