Donald TrumpDonald TrumpWH adviser Stephen Miller: 'Nothing wrong' with Trump travel order Mellman: Rating the presidents Webb: The future of conservatism MORE had his security forcibly remove a heckler from a rally on Monday for calling the GOP presidential front-runner “boring.”
“This is boring! This is boring!” the unidentified man yelled during the event in Windham, N.H. "Tell some jokes.”
“Get him out of here,” he said. "Get out of here, go ahead. Out, out, out, out, get out."
“He wants jokes, [but] there’s nothing funny about this,” Trump continued. "This is so serious. He’s got a very serious problem. I saw that when I came in. He says, he loves me, ‘I love you, you’re the greatest’ — no. Get him out of here."
The heckler repeatedly swore he is a Trump supporter as security escorted him from the rally, CNN reported Monday.
“I love Donald, but it’s getting a little boring,” said the man said, who wore a hat with Trump’s “Make America Great Again” campaign slogan. “It’s getting a little boring.”
Trump draws massive crowds on the campaign trail but also has frequently been disrupted by protestors who disagree with his remarks on illegal immigrants, Islam and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Trump’s security on Friday kicked out a Muslim woman at a South Carolina rally.
Rose Hamid, 56, was reportedly ejected after standing in silent protest of Trump's remarks that Syrian refugees could be aligned with Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
Hamid was removed alongside fellow activist Marty Rosenbluth. The pair were wearing yellow stars similar to those Jews were forced to wear during the Holocaust.
This story was updated at 1:28 p.m.