The BBC said his cameraman was attacked on the Trump rally
"The BBC cameraman Ron Skeans was violently driven and driven by a crowd member," the broadcaster said in a statement. "Man was taken out of security and Ron was good."
The video released by the BBC shows showing a man wearing a "Make America's Great" hat interacting with a cameraman and swearing before being carried away. ] "I do not know what's going on," Skeans told the BBC. He described the relationship as a "very difficult cyclic."
The BBC said in its statement that "it is clearly unacceptable for any of our staff to be attacked by doing their job." The public radio announcer told Trump to see the incident, and "checked us that everything was ok."
CNN is looking for a comment from the White House.
Trump was enraged in the media with a feature of many of his rallies, in which a metal barricade often isolated his supporters from the reporter. Some publishers have raised concerns about their safety.
Eleanor Montague, the BBC's Washington News Editor, said in a tweet that the crowd in El Paso was "cut in a frenzy against Trump's media and other speakers all night . "
BBC's correspondent Gary O & # 39; Donoghue announced Monday's incident as an "incredibly violent attack" in an interview with his employer.
"This is a constant feature of these rallies ̵
1; a goading of audiences against the media," O & # 39; Donoghue told the BBC. He added that he was "spat and" at a Trump rally.
CNN Chief White House Correspondent Jim Acosta last year posted a Twitter video showing an aggressive crowd at the Trump rally in Tampa, Florida.
"I'm worried that hatred is trapped by Trump and some of the conservative media will result in someone injured," Acosta wrote on Twitter.
Some Republicans called on Trump to stop his media attacks.
Mitt Romney, a senator from Utah and former presidential president of the Republic, argued last year that Trump's tactics were damaging to democracy.
"Surely every president has experienced stories that he knows is inaccurate and has chaffed in one or more news publications," Romney wrote in a blog post. "
" But no former American president was waving the American press or one of its professional outlets as a & # 39; Enemy of People. & # 39; "