A protester wearing a turban was removed from a Donald Trump rally on Sunday when the man held up a sign that read “Stop Hate” as the Republican presidential candidate began talking about “radical Islamic terror.”
A video from ABC News shows a man in a red Turban being escorted from the rally in Iowa.
In another clip of the rally from CBS News, the crowd can be heard chanting “Trump” as the real estate mogul says “goodbye” to the protester.
“Bye. Bye. Goodbye.” Trump said.
“He wasn’t wearing one of those hats, was he? Was he wearing one of those?” Trump then asked. “And he never will. And he never will.”
Some outlets suggested that Trump may have been referring to the man’s turban, but it appears the real estate mogul may have been referring to the red “Make America Great Again” hats sold by the Trump campaign.
Watch Trump’s reaction to the protester’s removal via CBS: