‘He’s a racist! He’s a hater!’: Protester escorted out of arena during Trump’s RNC speech

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CLEVELAND — A protester was escorted out of the Quicken Loans Arena as Donald Trump delivered his speech officially as the GOP presidential nominee Thursday night.

"He's a racist! He's a hater! He's anti-immigrant! We need to build bridges, not walls!" the protester is heard yelling as Cleveland police officers removed her from the arena.

The woman, tugging on a banner that said "Build Bridges, Not Walls," was seen being removed from the crowd right after Trump said, "I have no patience for injustice."

Trump gave a long pause as the crowd chanted on. The camera flashed to the woman that appeared to be by herself. She struggled with security members and continued to yell as Trump continued with his speech.

Donald Trump accepted the Republican presidential nomination on the final night of the convention.

"Nobody knows the system better than me, which is why I alone can fix it," Trump said. "My message is that things have to change — and they have to change right now."

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