Donald Trump's failure to respond to questions about his support coming from David Duke and the Ku Klux Klan landed front and center again today as the Trumpster had a tense face to face moment with a protester wearing a t-shirt saying "KKK endorses Trump."
A protester in the seats behind Trump on Friday lifted a sign that read "Islamophobia is not the answer."
But even after a Trump supporter ripped the sign away, the man lingered not far from Trump's stage.
Waiting for security, police or staff to spring into action, Trump paced the stage and came close to the man, who had removed a jacket to reveal a shirt with the words "KKK endorses Trump" and a yellow star reminiscent of those worn by Jews during the Holocaust on his chest.
The two appeared to exchange words as Trump walked closer to the man, but Trump quickly walked back toward his podium and continued pacing the stage.
The man was eventually escorted out of the room, blowing kisses along the way in Trump's direction and toward supporters in the audience who loudly booed the man.
"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," Trump said, as the man was whisked away after a few minutes.
"The police: they're afraid to move. They're afraid to move," Trump added. "We are really becoming a frightened country."
The Donald has given conflicting answers in regards to disavowing David Duke and white supremacy groups.
Trump continues to decry the First Amendment which gives Americans freedom of expression. Trump likes "free speech" as long as it applies to him.
How do you become the president when you openly talk about squelching free speech?