Donald Trump asked the mother of a crying baby to leave his campaign rally on Tuesday at in northern Virginia.
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At first, when the Republican presidential nominee was interrupted by the sobbing child he seemed to welcome it.
"Don't worry about that baby I love babies," the GOP nominee said. "I hear that baby crying, I like, I like it. What a baby. What a beautiful baby."
But when the baby continued to cry, Trump paused again and turned to the mother: "Actually, I was just get kidding - you can get that baby out of here."
He then added: "I think she really believed me that I love having a baby while I'm speaking. That's O.K., people don't understand. That's O.K."
Reports later said however that the baby and the mother were allowed to stay at the rally.