Trump Makes Hat Joke After Turban-Clad Protester Is Removed From Rally

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Jessica Renae Buxbaum
A Donald Trump campaign rally has once again wrestled tensions with protesters after a Sikh man was removed from the event and Trump subsequently mocked his turban.

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A Donald Trump campaign rally has once again wrestled tensions with protesters after a Sikh man was removed from the event and Trump subsequently mocked his turban.

On Sunday, two protesters were ejected from a Trump rally in Muscatine, Iowa for holding banners that read “Stop Hate.” Arish Singh and his friend were escorted out of the venue as the audience chanted, “USA, USA!”

Trump was speaking about radical Islamic terrorism (one of his favorite topics) when he trailed off at the sight of the protesters.

“He wasn't wearing one of those hats, was he? Was he wearing one of those?” Trump asked the audience, referring to Trump’s “Make America Great Again” campaign hats. "And he never will. And he never will. And he never will."

Singh was wearing a bright red Turban.

That night, Singh tweeted out that he was not Muslim but that did not stop him from advocating against Islamophobia.

In insulting the Sikh community, the clown candidate has now offended yet another group. His bigotry seems to know no bounds.

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