Video shows Indya Moore fights against a Trump supporter and tries to steal his plate outside the Trump Tower

Indya Moore was filmed and stamped on the sign of a Trump supporter before he ran away across the Trump Tower in New York City on Friday, resulting in a scuffle.

Moore, who shines in the FX show Pose, was filmed on a sign that reads: & # 39; Re-choose Donald Trump, Keep America Great, 2020. & # 39;

In the video of the incident, Moore heard he & # 39; fans of his show & # 39; not wanted (fans of Trump like).

Indya Moore, the star of the Pose FX show, stomped on a pro-Trump board outside the Trump Tower on Friday

When Moore tried to steal the plate, the owner of the plate returned a minibrawl

When Moore tried to steal the plate, the owner of the plate returned a minibrawl

Indya Moore (left), the star of the FX show Pose, pounded on a pro-Trump board outside Trump Tower on Friday. When Moore tried to steal the sign (right), the owner of the board returned a minibrawl

Moore said he stepped on the board after a group of Trump supporters told him they were fans of his show

Moore said he stepped on the board after a group of Trump supporters told him they were fans of his show

Moore said he stepped on the board after a group of Trump supporters told him they were fans of his show

Don Cini, the owner of the board, said he allowed Moore to punch his mark, but he intervened when he tried to run away with it

Don Cini, the owner of the board, said he allowed Moore to punch his mark, but he intervened when he tried to run away with it

Don Cini, the owner of the board, said he allowed Moore to punch his mark, but he intervened when he tried to run away with it

Two other men who were with Moore stepped inside and a pushing and screaming match followed. Moore was seen above and tried to hit Cini & # 39; s red & # 39; Make America Great Again & # 39; visor off his head

Two other men who were with Moore stepped inside and a pushing and screaming match followed. Moore was seen above and tried to hit Cini & # 39; s red & # 39; Make America Great Again & # 39; visor off his head

Two other men who were with Moore stepped inside and a pushing and screaming match followed. Moore was seen above and tried to hit Cini & # 39; s red & # 39; Make America Great Again & # 39; visor off his head

Cini, Moore and the other two unidentified men continued their dispute until a police officer arrived from New York

Cini, Moore and the other two unidentified men continued their dispute until a police officer arrived from New York

Cini, Moore and the other two unidentified men continued their dispute until a police officer arrived from New York

Cini, Moore and the other two unidentified men continued their dispute until a police officer arrived from New York

Cini, Moore and the other two unidentified men continued their dispute until a police officer arrived from New York

The owner of the board, Dion Cini, was with a small group of Trump supporters who recognized Moore and spoke to him about the FX series.

Cini said he was trying to prevent Moore from taking the sign away.

The supporter of Trump tried to take the sign of Moore off your hands, but he did not let it go, video of the incident showed.

Cini, an entrepreneur who lives in Manhattan, told DailyMail.com that he had Moore step on his plate because it & # 39; indestructible & # 39; used to be.

& # 39; The actor came forward, kicked a sign and threw it on the floor & # 39 ;, Cini, 50, told DailyMail.com.

& # 39; I kept him stamping on it. You can't really harm it, I've had people kicked before.

The NYPD officer has words with Moore and the other two men while Cini recovers his mark

The NYPD officer has words with Moore and the other two men while Cini recovers his mark

The NYPD officer has words with Moore and the other two men while Cini recovers his mark

Moore and the officer can be seen above in an animated conversation while Cini picks up the board

Moore and the officer can be seen above in an animated conversation while Cini picks up the board

Moore and the officer can be seen above in an animated conversation while Cini picks up the board

& # 39; When he tried to take it away, I tried to stop him. & # 39;

The two were involved in a pushing and screaming match before two other men entered.

Cini saw Moore and the other two pushing, trying to calm things down.

However, Cini says the two men were Moore & # 39; s friends and tried to escalate the situation.

Moore then tried to repel the red & # 39; Make America Great Again & # 39; visor that Cini was wearing.

Finally an officer from the New York police station came in and pulled Moore apart.

Cini said the NYPD anti-terrorism police are constantly present outside of Trump Tower.

He said the officers saw what was happening and intervened quickly.

The officer and Moore ended up in a spirited conversation.

Cini told DailyMail.com that he has submitted a first police report.

He said he held pop-up demonstrations every week for the last two years to support Trump in front of Trump Tower.

Cini told DailyMail.com that for the past two years he has held weekly demonstrations to support Trump outside of Trump Tower. He is seen in the upper left corner on Friday for the argument with Moore

Cini told DailyMail.com that for the past two years he has held weekly demonstrations to support Trump outside of Trump Tower. He is seen in the upper left corner on Friday for the argument with Moore

Cini told DailyMail.com that for the past two years he has held weekly demonstrations to support Trump outside of Trump Tower. He is seen in the upper left corner on Friday for the argument with Moore

Cini says the purpose of the demonstrations is to show & # 39; New Yorkers that they don't have to be afraid to support the president & # 39 ;.

He told DailyMail.com that this was the first time anyone had ever tried to damage his house or leave.

Cini said the custom-made plate cost him $ 250.

He said he did not hold a grudge against Moore.

& # 39; I have no complaints about the actor, & # 39; he said.

& # 39; I just don't want to be robbed when I execute my first change rights.

& # 39; I don't know if I'm going to pursue anything (to Moore).

& # 39; In a perfect world we can drink a beer together. & # 39;

On Twitter, Moore wrote about the incident: & # 39; Thank you for loving my community, fighting for us, and supporting us for ourselves and for others experiencing an increase in oppression and violence under this current government. & # 39;

Moore plays Angel Evangelista on the FX television series Pose.

In real life, the Bronx native identifies himself as a transgender and non-binary who uses the singular & # 39; she & # 39; foreword to refer to himself.

She was 14 years old when she walked away from home because of what she described as her parents' transphobia.

Since taking office, the Trump board has implemented protective measures against homosexuals, lesbians and transgender people.

Moore can be seen in New York last week. He is a transgender actor and activist

Moore can be seen in New York last week. He is a transgender actor and activist

Moore can be seen in New York last week. He is a transgender actor and activist

Last month, the Ministry of Health and Human Services (HHS) proposed a rule that would repeal the protection of transgender patients under Obamacare.

The HHS under Trump said that protection against gender-based discrimination did not apply to transgender people.

The Ministry of Housing and Urban Development proposed a new rule last month that allows homeless shelters to reject transgender people for religious reasons.

HHS also issued a final rule last month that allows healthcare providers to refrain from procedures they do not agree with, such as abortions and treatment of gay and transgender patients.

The policy is intended to appeal to Trump's conservative and religious supporters who helped him to be elected in 2016 and who have kept his approval ratings above 40 percent.

This past April, the government's ban on transgender people serving in the military, reversing the policy of Democratic former President Barack Obama of allowing transgender forces to openly serve and receive medical transition care.

In March 2018, Trump supported a revised policy from the then Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis.

In some circumstances, it prohibited transgender people with gender dysphoria, or distress because of internal conflicts between physical gender and gender identity.

The Mattis policy also prohibited transgender people seeking or have undergone steps for gender transition.

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