At a gig of the US President, Trump has been attacked a camera man for the BBC. The station is now calling for a "complete Review of security measures". Criticism also comes from the British foreign Minister.
After the attack on a BBC camera man during a pre-election website of US President Donald Trump, the British broadcaster has criticised inadequate security arrangements for the representatives of the media. The BBC's head of office for North America, Paul Danahar, bat Trumps spokeswoman Sarah Sanders a "complete Review" of security measures.
The cameraman Ron Skeans had been pushed on Monday in the Texas border town of El Paso of a Trump-trailer during the shoot violently and insulted. According to Danahar, the access to the media area at the Trump was left unattended event. No security officials during or after the attack, intervened.
Danahar had occurred in the representation of trump's campaign team, which had praised the "swift action" by the security forces.