Donald Trump supporters unabashedly insulted a group of Latino protesters during the presidential candidate's rally in Dallas, Texas, Politico reported.
"The Mexicans are the hairs of a*sholes. Viva Donald Trump," one 30-year-old woman reportedly said in both English and Spanish. The woman, who identified herself only as "Jackie," also told one demonstrator, "Clean my hotel room, b*tch."
The remarks came in response to the demonstrators challenging attendees in line by saying, "Raise your hand, racists." According to Politico, the protesters also had pictures depicting Trump in Nazi apparel.
Another Trump fan, 52-year-old David Loutz, told Politico the former real estate star won him over with his plan to deport all of the 11 million undocumented immigrants currently residing inside the US.
"This isn't going to be painless," Loutz said. "They've been inflicting pain on us for 20 years. I was very humanitarian until the numbers became overwhelming."
Fusion anchor Jorge Ramos -- who clashed with Trump during a press conference last month -- estimated on Monday that the candidate's idea would cost around $137 billion to implement, since it would require a Trump administration to deport 458,333 immigrants a month, the equivalent of at least 30 747s full of people for two years.
The incidents at the protest come after a security guard for Trump was caught on video hitting a man during a separate demonstration in New York City earlier this month. Supporters of the real estate mogul have also been caught yelling "white power" at his events, and a Boston man identifying himself as a Trump fan attacked an undocumented homeless man there last month.