Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-MA., was faced with a small group of Donald Trump supporters who followed her through Reno-Tahoe International Airport on Wednesday, with shouts of “Don’t impeach!” and “Go home!”, Fox News informed.
A Twitter video shared by the Nevada Republican Party shows the group following Warren through the terminal where she was hurried into a waiting van.
Warren did not make any contact with the protesters as they held up signs and continued to shout at her.
“Welcome to Reno @ewarren! This is @teamtrump country!!” Nevada Republican Party state Chairman Michael J. McDonald wrote in a separate tweet.
Warren addressed the much friendlier crowd in Carson City on Wednesday evening, but one Trump supporter holding a “Keep America Great” sign interrupted her speech, which was a trigger for her backers who started chanting “Lock him up!”
“There’s a lot we need to do,” Warren said to the crowd, according to New York Times reporter Thomas Kaplan, who tweeted the video. “And I understand, I understand that Donald Trump and his supporters are getting really nervous, and they have a good reason to be.”
Warren’s support among the fellow Democrats is on the increase in the recent weeks, and the candidate passed Joe Biden by four points according to a new national survey.
Warren was also a guest at a gun safety forum in Las Vegas, where she also addressed the crowd.
Joe Biden also went to Nevada on Wednesday, where he held a speech in Reno, attacking the President for his alleged “abuse of power.”
“He did it because — like every bully in history — he’s afraid. He’s afraid of just how badly I would beat him next November,” Biden said of Trump asking Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate him.