President Trump taunted a pair of protesters at a rally he headlined in Duluth, Minnesota for GOP Congressional candidate Pete Stauber.

In the midst of a monologue on illegal immigration and the migrant child housing crisis, a protester began causing a kerfuffle within Trump's line of sight.

"Goodbye, darling," Trump said as law enforcement escorted the person out of the arena. "We have a single protester. He's going home to his mom. Say 'hi' to Mommy."

Was that a man or a woman, because he needs a haircut more than I do. I couldn't tell," Trump added.

Trump projected that the "fake news" will report that the large crowd at the rally was not as profound as the amount of protesters who interrupted the speech.

The president then reminded the crowd of words from his 2015 speech in which he announced his run for office.


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"They're not sending their finest and we're sending them the hell back," he said of illegal immigrants.

At that point, another protester in one of the front rows stood up and held what appeared to be a 1997 photo of Trump posing with disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein, reportedly at the then-mogul's Mar-a-Lago estate.

Epstein, who also has been photographed with former President Bill Clinton, pleaded guilty in 2008 to soliciting prostitution from girls as young as 14.

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As Fox News previously reported, Epstein's infamous jet dubbed the "Lolita Express" has shuttled people to Little Saint James, an island in the U.S. Virgin Islands owned by the financier.

Several other attendees also taunted the second protester as he was removed from the arena.

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