Donald Trump topped his own bigotry at a rally in Muscatine, Iowa on Sunday. The presidential hopeful had his security team escort two protestors out of the rally for holding up a "Stop Hate" sign. One of the men was wearing a red turban, so of course the Republican front runner had to attempt to humiliate him as he was leaving the arena.
"He wasn't wearing one of those hats, was he?" Trump asked the crowd as they chanted "USA!" He quickly followed that up with, "They never wear them," as if he was discussing a different hat rather than the protestor’s turban.
Josh Haskell, a political reporter for ABC News, captured the moment and shared it on Twitter.
MSNBC also posted a video to Twitter.
This is classic Trump behavior. He's had a Muslim woman escorted from a rally in Rock Hill, South Carolina; kicked out a heckler without giving him his winter coat; and let a member of his security team punch a man in the face in New York.
Trump's bigotry isn't stopping his unlikely presidential campaign though. He's still leading polls in Iowa.