A man wearing a shirt saying ''KKK endorses Trump'' is thrown out of a rally for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
--STORY CONTAINS PROFANE LANGUAGE-- ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: A man wearing a tee-shirt saying "KKK endorses Trump" was thrown out of a rally for Donald Trump in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, on Friday (February 26). "You see, in the good old days, law enforcement acted a lot quicker than this," Trump said. "In the good old days they would rip him out of that seat so fast, but today everybody is so politically correct, our country is going to hell with being so politically correct," he said. Trump's unorthodox candidacy has stirred controversy and shaken the Republican Party at its roots, but an increasing number of senior Republicans are becoming resigned to the idea he will be their candidate in November. Trump, 69, who has never held public office, has campaigned as a political outsider. He is riding a wave of voter anger at the slow economic recovery, illegal immigration and what he says is America's diminishing role in the world.