Suspects accused of brutally beating man they thought voted for Donald Trump

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CHICAGO – Four suspects face charges after a man was attacked and beaten in an incident that was caught on video.

The Chicago Tribune reported that Julian Christian, 26, Dejuan Collins, 20, Rajane Lewis, 21, and an unidentified 17-year-old face charges after an assumed Donald Trump supporter was violently attacked.

David Wilcox said he was struck by another vehicle while driving in a Chicago intersection. When he got out to try to get insurance information, men from the other car started attacking him.

"You voted Trump!" a bystander screamed as a man punched Wilcox in the head. Another tried to kick him in the face.

Wilcox said he doesn't think his attackers knew who he voted for. Still, the assumption was already made.

Even though he was beaten on the street in broad daylight, Wilcox said, "Nobody did anything to help."

On top of that, someone stole Wilcox's car.

CNN contributed to this story.

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