Donald TrumpDonald TrumpSenate rejects attempt to block Biden's Saudi arms sale Crenshaw slams House Freedom Caucus members as 'grifters,' 'performance artists' Senate confirms Biden's nominee to lead Customs and Border Protection MORE paused a campaign rally Friday night in Oklahoma to stare down a protester who showed up wearing a white T-shirt stating in dark letters, "KKK endorses Trump."
Trump walked to the edge of the podium, staring toward the man for several moments as law enforcement officials moved to escort him away from the area.
"In the good 'ole days, law enforcement acted a lot quicker than this," Trump said when he finally returned to the microphone.
"In the good 'ole days, they'd rip him out of that seat so fast. But today everybody is politically correct," Trump said. "You know, it is a shame, when you think."
Trump paused his remarks a few minutes later after another disruption in the audience as he sought to rally supporters in Oklahoma City.
He harkened to a rally earlier this week, when he told the crowd after facing another protester, "I'd like to punch him in the face."
Earlier in the day on Friday, Trump brushed off the backing of former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke, who suggested it'd be against Americans' "heritage" to not vote for Trump.
"David Duke endorsed me? OK, alright. I disavow, OK?" Trump said, as he attempted to move on to another question.