A man was arrested after he allegedly threatened to kill supporters of President Trump and Rep. Lee Zeldin at the congressman’s Long Island campaign headquarters.
Martin Astrof, 75, showed up at Zeldin’s Nesconset office on Friday morning and verbally assaulted Zeldin and Trump fans, the Suffolk County Police said in a statement.
When he tried to drive off, Astorf almost hit volunteer Donato Panico with his car.
Astrof was arrested outside his home shortly after the incident.
Read more at The Hill.