Trump stares down a KKK shirt-wearing protester at rally as his endorsement from Christie splits the GOP establishment

Saturday, February 27, 2016
By Paul Martin

A man wearing a shirt that read ‘KKK endorses Trump’ caused a commotion at a rally in Oklahoma on Friday
The man was removed from the rally, which came on the same day New Jersey Governor Chris Christie gave his support to Donald Trump
Christie’s backing sent ripples through the GOP as the party is divided in to pro- and anti-Trump factions
Maine Governor Paul LePage plans to follow Christie’s endorsement, allowing Trump to earn the support of two sitting governors

27 February 2016

In the middle of a rally in Oklahoma, Donald Trump stared down a protester wearing a shirt that said ‘KKK endorses Trump’.

In the clip, Trump walks to the edge of the stage and stares at the man while a crowd cheers wildly for the GOP front-runner.

‘In the good ‘ole days, law enforcement acted a lot quicker than this.

‘In the good ‘ole days, they’d rip him out of that seat so fast.

‘But today everybody is politically correct. You know, it is a shame, when you think,’ Trump said after the man wearing the shirt was removed.

Only a few minutes later Trump had to stop again as another protester disrupted the rally, according to The Hill.

The clip, recorded on Friday, comes the same day Chris Christie’s endorsement of Trump fractured the Republican party into pro-Trump and anti-Trump divisions.

Earlier on Friday, Trump was endorsed by former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke as well as New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.

Trump said he was unaware of Duke’s endorsement while discussion Christie’s at a press conference.

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