A Muslim woman, Rose Hamid, was kicked out of a Donald Trump rally in Rock Hill, South Carolina, on Jan. 8 (videos below).
The 56-year-old flight attendant wore a shirt that read "Salam, I come in peace" as she stood behind Trump while he gave a speech about Syrian refugees possibly being terrorists, reports CNN.
Trump supporters nearby began yelling Trump's name, and pointed at Hamid and Marty Rosenbluth, who stood up with her.
As a police officer escorted Hamid out, a Trump supporter asked her, "Do you have a bomb?" and another yelled, "Get out of here!" notes Marie Claire.
Hamid later told CNN how the people around her were lovely and nice, but added: "The crowd got this hateful crowd mentality as I was being escorted. It was really quite telling and a vivid example of what happens when you start using this hateful rhetoric and how it can incite a crowd who moments ago were very kind to me."
Rock Hill Police Department Maj. Steven Thompson told the cable network that Hamid was removed because the Trump campaign requested that "anybody who made any kind of disturbance" be taken outside.
The Trump campaign had not issued a comment as of Jan. 11, but Trump reportedly said during the rally, "There is a hatred against us that is unbelievable. It's their hatred, it's not our hatred."