A man protesting Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump stood up at an Oklahoma City rally Friday and stuck his tongue out at the billionaire — all while donning a "KKK endorses Trump" shirt.
Moments after the man unveiled his shirt, sounds of boos and jeers filled the venue the real estate mogul was speaking at. A "USA, USA, USA" chant then erupted as Trump walked around on stage, waiting for security to escort the protester out of the auditorium.
When the man was finally removed from the audience, Trump went on a tirade against political correctness.
"You see, in the good old days, law enforcement acted a lot quicker than this!" he said. "A lot quicker."
"In the good old days, they'd rip him out of that seat so fast, but today everyone is politically correct," the Republican front-runner continued. "Our country is going to hell for being politically correct. Going to hell."
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