Trump campaign instructs crowds on how to deal with hecklers

Donald Trump's presidential campaign has a unique strategy to ensure his "Make America Great Again" rallies stay great.

According to reports, the Republican front-runner is now providing "a safe protest area" outside each of his campaign rallies, to which he usually attracts thousands of people, where protesters can congregate.

"Some people are taking advantage of Mr. Trump's hospitality by choosing to disrupt his rallies by using them as an opportunity to promote their own political messages. While they certainly have the right to free speech, this is a private event paid for by Mr. Trump," attendees at a recent Trump rally in Des Moines, Iowa were reportedly told before the billionaire took the stage.

In addition to reserving spaces for anti-Trump demonstrators, the campaign has also instructed supporters to refrain from getting physical with hecklers who interrupt the candidate.

Read more on WashingtonExaminer.com