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A group of Black college students were removed from a Donald Trump rally before it even began Monday (Feb. 29), and now the wannabe presidential candidate is acting like it never happened. There are, as they say, three sides to every story but according to the actual students themselves and local police, roughly 30 students were removed from Georgia’s Valdosta State University, at Trump’s request.

The students were on hand to sit in silent protest against Trump, USA Today reports. A spokesperson for Trump’s campaign said there’s “no truth” to rumors that the billionaire real estate developer wanted them out. “The campaign had no knowledge of the incident.”

Valdosta Police Chief Brian Childress confirmed this morning that the students were removed “by the Trump detail,” but he doesn’t feel it was racially motivated. “He had the right to tell folks he didn’t want to be there that they had to leave,” Childress said. “I’m not campaigning for anyone. That’s not what I do. But in this case, I support them.”

“What I resent is now some of these folks are going around saying it was a Black issue. That’s total nonsense,” added Childress. “I personally asked why were these folks told to leave and the reason was: they were being disruptive. The Trump staff said they were using profanity. The F-bomb is one word that was used. You can’t be in there using profanity. That violates Georgia law.”

Ironically enough, a Trump supporter called his Republican rival Ted Cruz a “p*ssy” during a rally. In that particular case Trump had no real issues with the bad language, and even repeated it on the mic.

Black students getting booted out of the event, echoed memories of segregation at a school that was White only until 1963. “We didn’t plan to do anything,” 19-year-old student Tahjila Davis said through tears. “They said, ‘This is Trump’s property; it’s a private event.’ But I paid my tuition to be here.”

Another student said they were told to leave because “Trump did not want us there.”

The incident came a day after a CNN interview where Trump initially refused to disavow former Ku Klux Klan leader-turned-Trump supporter, David Duke.  Rather than give an actual answer, Trump pretended to know nothing about the KKK and Duke (even though he condemned him  in a 2000 interview, and his father was reportedly arrested near a KKK rally years ago). He later claimed the issue was with his earpiece.

On a lighter note, Trump continued his sociological experiment of trying to hypnotize voters without providing any factual plan for running the country. Not that he’ll need it, but even opponents like Cruz and Marco Rubio have noticed his assembly line of pointless banter never includes concrete ideals.

He kept in consistent in Georgia telling the crowd, “We are going to win at every single level. We are going to win at health care. We are going to win with education. We are going to win at the borders. We are going to win with our military. We are going to win, win, win, win.”

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