Before he won the Nevada caucus, Donald Trump held a rally when, again, he was confronted by a protester. But the frontrunner to be the Republican candidate was hardly taken aback by the presence of the man. 

"Ah, I love the old days you know. You know what I hate? There's a guy totally disruptive, throwing punches and we're not allowed to punch back anymore," he said. 

Trump claimed that in the old days a person like the protester would be "carried out in a stretcher." He questioned why the protester was allowed to throw punches and why the guards had to be gentle with him. 

"I'd like to punch him in the face, I tell ya," Trump said. The crowd cheered in response.

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According to another report, Trump also told volunteers to get a man "the hell out" after he held up a sign saying "Veterans to Trump: End Hate Speech Against Muslims". 

Trump later was declared the winner of the Nevada caucus, taking him a step closer to becoming the Republican Presidential candidate.