Bongino: Protesters ‘Don’t Have The Right To Disrupt’ Trump’s Campaign Rallies [VIDEO]

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Former Secret Service Agent Daniel Bongino says, “You don’t have the right to disrupt a private event” like a Donald Trump campaign rally.

In an interview on “CNN Newsroom with Carol Costello” on Monday, Bongino said, “You have the right to protest.”

“This is the United States of America, you have the freedom of assembly and the freedom of speech,” he said, emphasizing the difference between public and private events.

Bongino, who is a supporter of Sen. [crscore]Ted Cruz[/crscore], said that Trump’s campaign rallies are “private events,” explaining that the “Trump campaign pays to rent these arenas like the Sanders campaign and Clinton campaign does as well.”

“You don’t have the right to disrupt a private event. I don’t get why they don’t understand that. You should go outside, hold up your sign and scream and yell as loud as you want as long as you don’t threaten anybody else and everyone’s interest is [in] protecting that. But not in protecting the right to disrupt these events.”

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