Trump Supporters Greeted By Screaming, Threatening Protesters Ahead of Friday’s Inauguration

By  //  January 20, 2017

“People are threatening us, and it’s uncalled for.”

ABOVE VIDEO: Protesters – some very young and old – cause havoc and a brief fire outside the National Press Club and ‘Deploraball’ event as they vow to resist the Trump administration. Griff Jenkins reports. (Fox News Video)

WASHINGTON D.C. (FOX NEWS)– Trump supporters arriving for the “Deploraball” inauguration celebration in Washington Thursday night were greeted by screaming profanities and threats as they entered the National Press Club Building.

Some of the hundreds of protesters sprayed Mace, while others were peaceful as law enforcement officers lined the streets to monitor the chaotic scene. At least one passer-by reported bottles were being thrown as he showed off a gash in his head.

The “Deploraball” was organized by a pro- Trump organization, MAGA3X, and invited over 1,000 guests to celebrate on the eve of the President-Elect’s swearing in.

The main goal of the evening, according to organizers, was to celebrate.

“Deploraball is a coming out party for a new type of Republican,” Jeff Giesea told “People are threatening us, and it’s uncalled for.”