During a campaign rally, president Donald Trump fat-shamed a protestor, then just eight seconds later, he said his movement was built on 'love'.
About halfway through the rally, which was being held at the Southern New Hampshire University Arena in Manchester, NH, a protestor high up in the stadium interrupted Trump's speech, attracting the president's attention.
Speaking at the rally, Mr Trump said to the protestor:
That guy has got a serious weight problem. Go home, get some exercise.
Then, in true Trump style, eight seconds later, he added:
Our movement is built on love.
Trump: get this fat guy out of here
Also Trump, 8 seconds later: Our movement is a movement of love
Security personnel then proceeded to escort the protestor out of the arena, while at the same time, the rest of the rally booed, reports the Huffington Post.
According to other reporters in attendance, three more protestors were also escorted from the event. Mr Trump used his speech to hit out at the European Union, accusing it of being "worse than China, just smaller".