“He’s walking out, big high-fives, smiling, laughing; [I’d] like to punch him in the face,” GOP presidential candidate said when he was interrupted by a protester
Donald Trump was interrupted by a protester at a rally in Nevada ahead of the Tuesday caucuses on Monday night, and said that he’d “like to punch him in the face.”
“You know what I hate?” said Trump. “There’s a guy, totally disruptive, throwing punches. We’re not allowed to punch back anymore,” Trump said.
Calling the protester “nasty as hell,” the GOP presidential candidate described the “old days” when protesters could be “carried out on a stretcher.”
Trump added, “He’s walking out, big high-fives, smiling, laughing; [I’d] like to punch him in the face.”
The crowd went wild for Trump’s remarks. Nevada is holding their caucuses on Tuesday night. Trump has already won the New Hampshire caucus, as well as the caucus in South Carolina. However, Sen. Ted Cruz beat Trump in the Iowa caucus.