Donald Trump has had to deal with protests in the past, with many even turning violent. During a rally in New Orleans, Louisiana on Friday, members of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement crashed his event, prompting the billionaire real estate mogul to stop his speech and scream into the crowd.

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After Trump decided to skip the conservative CPAC convention, he spent time on the campaign trail in an attempt to win big over the next few weeks as the primary election continues. Stopping over in The Big Easy on March 4, Trump was givinghis standard speech to supporters, but was interrupted multiple times by members of BLM, as reported by MSNBC.

"Oh no! Not another one of these!," Trump said as the protesters grew louder. "Get out! Get out! Get them out of here!" Trump shouted, before referring to the group as "trouble makers." The crowd became hostile, as tempers were high throughout the night. One protester held up a sign reading, "Trump-Duke 2016," a reference to former Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard David Duke's recent support of the campaign.

The situation quickly went viral on Twitter and social media, showing the protesters with the hands in the air, chanting "Black Lives Matter" and "Hands up, Don't shoot." Trump accused the crowd of throwing punches, but no evidence has been released to back up his claims.

History of trouble

Over the last week, there have been at least three notable instances of altercations at a Trump rally. This past Monday in Virginia, a TIME Magazine photographer was assaulted by a Secret Service agent was who caught on camera slamming the journalist to the ground.

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Later that night in Georgia, the former host of "The Apprentice" instructed local authorities to remove 30 African-American students from the event, despite reports noting that they were "standing silently" by a set of bleachers.

To make matters worse, the following day at a rally in Kentucky, a African-American female protester was physically assaulted by Trump supporters who were later identified as members of a local Neo-Nazi group. Despite the controversy, Trump is leading the GOP primary and is considered the inevitable nominee.