"I've written to [White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders] asking for a full review of security arrangements for the media after last night's attack on our BBC cameraman at the President's rally", said Danahar in another tweet.
Skeans was unhurt and the man, who was wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat, was restrained by a blogger for the pro-Trump outlet Frontline America and removed from the media riser.
In it, a man in a MAGA hat is seeing being restrained and is shouting "Fuck the media". Fortunately, our cameraman is fine.
At the time of the incident, Skeans was filming Trump as he spoke on U.S. jobs and media.
Last year, United Nations experts warned that Mr Trump's "strategic" rhetoric against the media "increases the risk of journalists being targeted with violence".
President Trump, who frequently goes after media in tweets and rallies, saw the commotion and asked, "You all right?" After the attack, a Trump campaign official suggested that the attacker had been drunk.
But Trump said in the past that the only groups he considers the "enemy of the people" are news groups that go out of their way to twist reporting and lie to readers.
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A BBC journalist has shared footage from Monday night's Trump rally which appears to show a cameraman being attacked.
"The crowd had been whipped up into a frenzy against the media by Trump and other speakers all night".
BBC producer Eleanor Montague, who was also on the platform, said the man had attacked other journalists but Mr. Skeans "got the brunt of it".
On his Facebook page, Skeans says that he is from Dayton, Ohio and attended Meadowvale High School and the International School of Broadcasting.
At the time, he told CNN that Trump has created a "toxic atmosphere" in which people feel emboldened to attack members of the press.
The White House Correspondents' Association also condemned the attack.
This isn't the first time Trump supporters have become violent towards news crew at a Trump rally.
"I didn't know what was going on", he said. He said the man nearly knocked him over twice before the assailant was wrestled away by another member of the media.