Trump starts Kansas city rally by ‘owning’ protesters: ‘Get em out!’

Trump says “get em out!”

Following a cancelled Chicago rally Friday due to demonstrations and a barrier crasher at another in the Dayton suburb of Vandalia, Ohio Saturday forcing Secret Service agents to rush the stage, Donald Trump began his Kansas City, Missouri rally Saturday night by ejecting at least seven demonstrators.

“I think they’re Bernie [Sanders] supporters,” Trump said of the protesters.

“I hope they arrest these people, because honestly they should be,” Trump said to cheers from the crowd. “The only way to stop the craziness is to press charges.”

And arrests have started beginning with the Ohio barrier crasher, identified as Thomas Dimassimo, who was later charged with inducing panic and disorderly conduct, according to Montgomery County Sheriff Phil Plummer.

Even before Trump’s plane left Dayton, trouble was brewing in Kansas City.

Kansas City wasn’t cancelled, but it was chaotic. NBC News correspondent Ali Vitali reported:

Trump’s supporters seemed to love him all the more for it.



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