The lights went out on Donald Trump during a rally in Atlanta. The Republican front-runner played the moment for laughs after a protestor pulled the plug.
"And because the lights didn't work, I won't pay the rent, so we get better lighting, and we don't pay the rent, right?" Trump said. "That's the way we have to negotiate for our country."
When the lights come back on, Trump decided he liked it better darker.
Trump even insisted on keeping the lights off, telling the venue: “Get those lights off! Off! They're too bright, turn them off!" He even led a chant with the crowd during the Sunday afternoon really.
The event at Georgia World Congress Center, where Trump spoke to a crowd of 6,000, came just hours after winning the South Carolina primary.
Meanwhile, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani is confirming that he's serving as an advisor to the GOP front runner on national security and other issues.
“It’s clear that he has an exceptionally good understanding of how the economy affects our foreign policy. He understands what’s happening with China, how they could stop North Korea in a heartbeat. This idea that he’s only familiar with slogans, it’s not accurate at all,” Guliani told The Washington Post.
The former mayor also revealed he has been aiding Trump in some of his rhetoric.
“We’ve been talking. Donald and me, Donald and a few other friends who know politics. He calls to check things out or I’ll call him to say, ‘Donald, you’re going too far’ or ‘What you said was great’ or maybe ‘Change it a bit.’ It’s nothing formal. It’s kind of a running conversation. There is candor and there is trust.”