President Donald Trump was speaking in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Wednesday night when protesters tried to interrupt his speech and rally.
Fortunately for Trump, his many supporters weren't having it and, with their overpowering chant of "USA! USA!," drowned out the protesters' cries.
Trump began the Iowa speech by sending condolences and prayers to injured House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.), who was injured last week in a shooting at a GOP congressional baseball practice in Alexandria, Virgina.
The president also acknowledged and celebrated recent Republican victories in special elections in South Carolina and Georgia.
As protesters at the event ramped up their jeers and boos, Trump stopped and motioned to wave them off. He laughed their angry cries off and said, "Never fails" with a winning smile.
The crowd then began their "USA" chant and police began to lead the protesters out.
The protesters were booed as they were ushered out of the arena.
“And we love our police,” Trump said. “We love our police.”
See the president in action in the video below.