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Politics Trump on removal of protester at rally: 'We don't want to be politically correct'

04:35  11 december  2019
04:35  11 december  2019 Source:   thehill.com

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A Donald Trump protester on Saturday jumped a barrier and attempted to rush the candidate on stage at a rally in Ohio.

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President Trump on Tuesday night appeared to call out security officials over their failure to quickly remove a protestor from a campaign rally in Pennsylvania, lamenting that it was a product of a "political correctness."

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Trump became noticeably frustrated after a woman wearing a black knit "#MeToo" hat and carrying a "grabbing power back" sign disrupted his speech. After stepping a way from the lectern, Trump returned to microphone and repeatedly stated, "get her out."

Video shared on social media showed the woman walking around in circles and shouting as a security guard tried to contain her. Security eventually escorted her out of the arena. Footage showed one rally attendee attempting to snatch her sign as she neared an exit.

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But today everyone is so politically correct . His comments are now being recalled in the wake of the violence in Charlottesville, with Democratic U . S . Representative Maxine Walters tweeting on Monday: “ Don ' t forget, Trump offered to pay legal fees for those who attacked protesters at his rallies .

Trump shouted here on Friday, complaining that protesters could not be removed more quickly because “nobody wants to hurt each other anymore.” During an event Saturday at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, which was interrupted by protesters at least a dozen times, Trump looked

"See, these guys want to be so politically correct. Get her out," Trump said amid a chorus of boos and jeers from the audience. "See that. I'll tell you, law enforcement is so great."

"That particular guy wanted to be so politically correct," Trump added, before mocking the security guard's posture. "We don't want to be politically correct. I don't know who he was. He didn't do the greatest job."

Trump's rally came the same day House Democrats unveiled two articles of impeachment against the president over his dealings with Ukraine. Trump spent much of his time during his rally speech criticizing Democrats over their handling of the inquiry, deriding it as "stupid."

During his speech, Trump also rejected the Justice Department Inspector General report that found FBI agents were not motivated by political bias when they launched investigations into associates of Trump's campaign in 2016.

The president has repeatedly sparked controversy over his comments about demonstrators who have protested at his rallies. He once said at a 2016 rally in Las Vegas that he'd like to punch a protester "in the face."

Trump also encouraged his supporters at another rally that year to "knock the crap" out of any protesters causing trouble.

"I promise you, I will pay for the legal fees," Trump said.

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