Donald Trump is asking law enforcement officers to arrest protesters at his rally in Kansas City, Missouri. He argues that fear of an "arrest mark" on people's records may put an end to the near-constant disruptions at his rallies.
He says he's "going to start pressing charges against all these people."This, a day after he called off a planned Chicago event because it attracted so many protesters.
Trump says arrests would mar their records.
That's "going to ruin the rest of their lives," he says. And then, he tells supporters, "we're not going to have any more protesters, folks."
Trump also blamed Bernie Sanders' supporters for trouble at his rallies.
In his Kansas City, Missouri, rally, Trump referred to "Bernie our communist friend" and called him a "lousy" senator.
Indeed, some signs for Sanders have shown up at the protests but there's no indication of an organized effort from his Democratic campaign to undermine him and no evidence that Sanders people are dominating the demonstrations. Trump says he's seen some Hillary Clinton signs, too.