Donald Trump Tells Protester He'd Like to "Punch Him in the Face"
The billionaire businessman says he "loved the old days" when protesters would be "carried out on stretchers."
Donald Trump was ready to rumble Monday night.
The GOP presidential frontrunner was interrupted by a protester while speaking at a rally in Nevada ahead of the state's Tuesday caucuses.
Calling the protester "nasty as hell," Trump said he would like to take a swing at the man.
"You know what I hate? There's a guy, totally disruptive; we're not allowed to punch back anymore," Trump said. "He's walking out, big high-fives, smiling, laughing; [I'd] like to punch him in the face," Trump said.
The billionaire businessman added that he "loved the old days" when protesters would be "carried out on stretchers."
Trump is hoping for a third election victory Tuesday night, having won Hew Hampshire and most recently South Carolina. Trump finished second behind Sen. Ted Cruz in Iowa.