MIAMI, Fla. -- Donald Trump is leading in the polls thus far, now winning 14 states in 20 primaries, but's the reoccurring violence at Trump rallies that's gaining unwanted attention.
On Wednesday in Fayetteville, North Carolina, protester Rakeem Jones was escorted out of a Trump rally for nonviolently demonstrating; that's when a man reached out and punched him.
That man is 78-year-old John McGraw; police later charged him with battery and disorderly conduct.
On Tuesday at a Trump press conference, Michelle Fields, a reporter for Breitbart News, asked Trump about affirmative action. That's when, she says, Trump's campaign manager grabbed her arm and pulled her down, leaving bruises behind.
Trump's camp denies it happened.
In more crimes against reporters, who can forget the sight of a New York Times photographer being choked slammed by a secret service agent?
If that doesn't make you mad, take a look at grown men pushing a young black teenager in Louisville earlier this month at a Trump rally.
Looks like things are getting out of hand.
Maybe Trump's political platform should include an age old rule: “Do to others as you would have them do to you.”