A meeting organized by Portland State University's "Students For Trump" org turned chaotic after social justice activists crashed the event, at points threatening to harm the Trump supporters and urging others to track them down after the event.

Holding up signs that read "Hate Has No Place At PSU," "Dump Trump," "No Borders," and "Red Power," among others, the anti-Trumpers poured into the room where the Students for Trump had gathered and began to shout down the pro-Trump students.

Near the beginning of the event, a protester lays out some of the offenses of the student org, including "chalking" pro-Trump messages. The pro-Trump students are then asked to defend their stance, their response ("To make America great again") is roundly mocked by the protesters.

One student stands on a table and accuses the Trump supporters of promoting "white supremacy."

"This is what it looks like to actually get in the way of .... white supremacy," she says (starts at 0.32 mark). Following her statement the room erupts.

At one point two male students get in each others' faces, one threatening to fight another with a video camera who appears to be trying to egg him on chanting "anti-faggot" (starts at 0.58 mark).

The student who threatened to fight the other later announced that all of the pro-Trump student's personal information, including their social security numbers, could be easily found online.

"Every single Trump supporter has a full legal name attached to a social security number, with a place of residence, an employer, and classes. That information is easy to find online."

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"Every single Trump supporter has a full legal name attached to a social security number, with a place of residence, an employer, and classes," he said. "That information is easy to find online." (starts around 3.18 mark)

The student standing next to him earlier screams at the pro-Trump students, "I'm on staff, you f*ckers! Shut the f*ck up!"

Later, the protesters shoved the student involved in the "anti-faggot" tussle as he was leaving the room: