By now, it is common knowledge that something will go down at a Donald Trump rally. Just one day after the Republican presidential candidate’s Chicago speech was cancelled due to protesters clashing with his supporters, another incident took place in Dayton, Ohio on Saturday (Mar. 12). As Trump stood at the podium at the Dayton International Airport, a protester donning a Dreamville t-shirt attempted to rush the stage.

According to Daily Mail, the protester has been identified at 22-year-old Thomas Dimassimo, an acting major at Wright State University. Dimassimo was ejected from the rally, arrested, and charged with disorderly conduct and inducing panic. Trump reportedly tried to assure his audience that he was “ready” for Dimassimo.

“I was ready for him, but it's much easier if the cops do it, don't we agree?” he said.

Following his release from Montgomery County Jail, Dimassimo took to Twitter to denounce accusations that he was planning to cause physical harm to Trump. He has also previously protested the Confederate flag, burning it during a demonstration. “Snag the mic make my case,” is what he wrote was his plan. And when he was heralded for rocking the Dreamville tee, he replied, “Always with the culture.”

Read Dimassimo’s tweets and watch videos of his stage rush and exit below:

— MARLON BANDO (@Younglionking7) March 12, 2016