President Trump smirked and stopped speaking while law enforcement officers escorted four people out of his rally for causing a disturbance during the president’s speech in Florida on Tuesday night.
“Thank you, Ron. And everybody needs to support Ron DeSantis in our August 28th primary and in the November general election, don’t forget you have somebody, one of the group is going to be running on open borders, anti-ICE, anti-law enforcement,” the president stated.
He was then interrupted by the audience.
The crowd grew loud, shouting and booing, while the law enforcement were pushing four women towards the exit. Trump did the famous “outta here” hand motion.
“Aw, that’s too bad. That’s too bad,” the president stated after the crowd settled down.
He continued, “That’s too bad! One person, one person and tomorrow the headlines will be ‘massive protest.'”
The president was speaking at a rally in Tampa Bay, Florida on behalf of Republican Ron DeSantis, who is running to be the next governor of Florida.