Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was heckled multiple times during a rally in Raleigh, North Carolina on Dec. 4 (video below).
According to Mediaite.com, Trump got heckled at least five times by protesters, some of whom yelled "Black lives matter!"
But Trump's supporters booed and screamed back, "USA! USA!"
While security took one of the protesters out, Trump lamented, "With all of the people here, we have to waste time with one or two people here, it's really ridiculous, I'll tell you, it really is."
Later in the rally, Trump said, "Here's another one, look at this guy. Get him out, get him out, get him out, please"
The crowd then started yelling, "We love Trump!"
When he wasn't being heckled, the billionaire real estate mogul attacked President Obama, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida and Jeb Bush, whom Trump slammed for his low poll numbers, reports WNCN.
“In the CNN poll, we’re at 36," Trump said. "Second place is 16. Then you have a 12, you have a four, you have a three. Who is three? Bush? Bush is three? Bye bye.”
Trump also promised to remove undocumented workers, Syrian refugees and Common Core education from the U.S., reports ABC 11.
"And if I win, they're going back, they've gotta go back," Trump said. "They've got to go back."