There are different accounts of who made the decision to eject approximately 30 black students who say they were standing silently at the top of the bleachers at Trump's rally in Valdosta.
The group of students had been waiting to see the 69-year-old real estate tycoon at the Valdosta State University when they were told to leave the venue and then escorted out.
A Trump spokeswoman denied that the incident at Valdosta State University's campus on Monday was initiated "at the request of the candidate" or the presidential campaign, The USA Today reported.
A spokesman for the Secret Service contradicted the students' statements that federal agents led them out of the building, saying Trump staff and local law enforcement officials were in charge of handling protesters.

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