Demonstrations of outside the Republican National Convention spilled into the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland on Thursday night during Donald Trump’s presidential acceptance speech.

While Trump was speaking, a Code Pink protester on the second deck of the arena unfurled an anti-war banner as Trump was talking about his foreign policy in the Middle East.

People around the protester struggled to get the banner away from her. It took several minutes to eject the protester from the building as she scuffled with other crowd members.

Code Pink protesters disrupted the convention on the first night of the convention. Protesters got into the VIP box where Indiana Gov. Mike Pence was seated and unfurled another anti-war banner that read “end the war.”

A scrum ensued and Secret Service and police were able to eject the protester.

Fox News’ Chad Pergram contributed to this report.