While GOP voters headed to the polls in Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, and Louisiana on Saturday, frontrunner Donald Trump was holding a rambunctious rally in Orlando, Florida. About 10,000 people gathered in the CFE Arena at the University of Central Florida, the Orlando Sentinel reports, with some people being turned away because the venue reached capacity. There were also dozens of protesters in attendance, to whom Trump drew direct attention and even, for some, individually ejected from the crowd.
At one point during the event, Trump asked the attendees to promise they'd vote for him. This is the scene that resulted, captured by New York Post columnist John Podhoretz:
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