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Watch Donald Trump Stare Down a Protester Wearing a “KKK Endorses Trump” Shirt

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a rally at the Fort Worth Convention Center on February 26, 2016 in Fort Worth, Texas.  

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A protester at a Donald Trump rally in Oklahoma pulled out a sign that read “Islamophobia is not the answer.” That’s hardly notable these days as protesters at Trump rallies have become awfully common and supporters pretty much know how to act. A Trump supporter quickly ripped the sign away from the protester’s hands—but the man stayed put. The protester took off his jacket and revealed a shirt with the words “KKK endorses Trump” and a yellow star meant to symbolize those that Jews were forced to wear during the Holocaust.

Trump then stops speaking and starts pacing the stage, staring at the protester for several moments. At one point it looked like the two exchanged a few words but Trump quickly walked back toward the podium.

“In the good old days, law enforcement acted a lot quicker than this,” Trump said after the protester was removed. “In the good old days, they’d rip him out of that seat so fast. But today everybody is politically correct—our country’s going to hell for being politically correct.”

The protest came a day after former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke expressed his support for Trump. The Republican frontrunner disavowed Duke’s support.