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Donald Trump's campaign has been rife with controversy. Rallies have ended with protesters beaten and led out by security, anti-Muslim questions and shouts from the audience have been laughed at and ignored by the candidate, and Trump's own speeches have left audiences baffled and confused. Here are the six most controversial moments at Trump campaign events this year.

Sept. 17: In response to an audience member at a town hall event in New Hampshire stating that President Obama is "not even American" and that measures should be taken to get rid of Muslim citizens in the country, Trump chuckles and agrees that we need these kinds of questions. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)
Aug. 25: Univision anchor Jorge Ramos asks Trump a question about immigration, and is escorted out of the news conference. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)
Oct. 23: During a campaign stop at the Trump National Doral Miami resort, a group of protesters interrupt Trump. One protester is dragged from the rally and kicked while on the ground. (AP Images)
Nov. 12: During a rally in Fort Dodge, Iowa, Trump goes on a 10-minute rant attacking opponent Ben Carson, saying he has a pathological disease and comparing him to child molesters. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)
Nov. 18: Law enforcement escorts protesters from a campaign event in Worcester, Massachusetts. Trump's campaign manager threatens a reporter with "blacklisting" for trying to leave the press area to film the protesters and the crowd's reactions. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)
Nov. 21: A protester is beaten and removed by security as Trump speaks during a campaign stop in Birmingham, Alabama. (AP Photo/Eric Schultz)

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