Protesters interrupt Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's rally in Louisville, Kentucky, and are led out of the convention center. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
NATURAL ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Protesters interrupted Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's rally in Louisville, Kentucky on Wednesday (March 2), while Trump could be heard shouting "out, out out" at them. The protesters were led out of the Kentucky International Convention Center. One woman was seen being pushed by people in the crowd until she left. Trump consolidated his lead in the 2016 Republican presidential race with Super Tuesday victories. The 69-year-old political newcomer went into the busiest day of the primary season with a hefty lead in national opinion polls and victories in three of the first four Republican contests.