'He put out the wrong finger': Protest erupts during 'fascist' Trump pledge in NC
Donald Trump urges supporters to pledge to vote for him in Concord, NC (MSNBC/screen grab)

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was interrupted by protesters on Monday while leading supporters in a pledge to vote for him, which has been deemed "fascist" by the former head of the Anti-Defamation League.

According to former Anti-Defamation League Director Abe Foxman, Trump knew what he was doing when he asked supporters in Orlando over the weekend to raise their hands "in what looks like the ‘Heil Hitler’ salute."

On Monday, Trump asked supporters in Concord, North Carolina to say "the pledge" with him again.

"Oh, we have a protesters," Trump smiled. "Out! Out! Out! Be nice. Out."

"Get out of here," the candidate said as several protesters were escorted to the door. "Get out."

"See the way he puts up his hand, he puts out the wrong finger," Trump noted. "And we're supposed to take it nowadays, folks."

Watch the video below from MSNBC, broadcast March 7, 2016.