Republican front runner Donald Trump has had to deal with constant issues on the campaign trail, with the number of incidents increasing over the last week. While campaigning in Cadillac, Michigan on Friday, Trump called for the arrest of another unwelcome guest.

Trump rally issues

Addressing a packed house of supporters, the billionaire real estate mogul was forced to put a halt to his campaign speech as protesters continued to link Trump to the Ku Klux Klan (KKK).

The Hill elaborated even further on March 4, as the GOP front runner attempted to get one protester put behind bars.

"Get that guy out of here. Get him out of here!" Trump shouted, while pointing out the rowdy attendee in the back of the room. "I think he should be arrested. Arrest him for what he just did and for the fresh mouth he’s got," Trump said.

Explaining that he didn't want to "give any recommendations," but called for the local police and security to "arrest him for a filthy, dirty mouth." The protester was quickly escorted out by multiple police officers. 

Ugly campaign trail

Before winning seven states and nearly 300 delegates on Super Tuesday, multiple altercations took place at Trump rallies around the country. On Feb. 29 in Radford, Virginia, TIME Magazine photographer Chris Morris was assaulted by a Secret Service agent.

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Video evidence shows the agent grabbing Morris by the throat before violently slamming him to the ground. Just hours later in Valdosta, Georgia, the former host of "The Apprentice" instructed his Secret Service team to eject nearly 30 black students who were reportedly "standing silently" by a set of bleachers.

The following day, just hours before the results of the Super Tuesday primaries were released, a female African-American protester was attacked on camera by openly white supremacist Trump supporters.

The unfortunate tone of the recent rallies come at a time when Trump delayed disavowing support from former KKK Grand Wizard David Duke. Trump has since come out against Duke and the racist organization, but he's been unable to curb the violence that has become prevalent as of late.

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