Footage of a Trump supporter in a store in Chicago going on a profanity-laced and long rant after claiming she was discriminated against by two black women has gone viral racking up almost two million views.
The ten minute long video purportedly showing an event that took place on 23 November, was uploaded to Youtube in the last week. It starts off with the woman yelling "and I voted for Trump, so there. What? You want to kick me out because of that?"
"And look who won." she says to employees at Michaels, an arts and crafts chain.
Speaking to the Chicago Patch, the woman who took the video, Jessie Grady, said that the Trump supporter had been yelling for some minutes before she started recording.
Grady told the site that the woman went off on a "30-minute racist rant complete with yelling and cursing and repeated references to the fact that both employees were African-American."
The woman repeatedly says that the cashiers discriminated against her, at one point turning to Grady and saying, "I don't know what you think you're videoing, I was just discriminated against by two black women."
Grady said that staff were courteous during the whole situation and a number of people called the police but by the time they arrived, the woman had already left the store.
In a statement to the Huffington Post, Michaels said: "we do not tolerate discrimination or racism of any kind against our team members or customers. We regret that our customers and team members were affected by this unfortunate incident and are grateful for the leadership of our store team in working to resolve it without further escalation,"