Rod Webber, who claimed he had been "assaulted" at an earlier rally, was escorted out of the No Labels Problem Solvers summit in New Hampshire during a question and answer session with presidential candidate Donald Trump Oct. 12. (No Labels/Cameron Lapine)

Police escorted out a man who claimed he was trying to ask Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump a question during a political summit in New Hampshire Monday.

The incident, which took place as Trump was answering questions at the No Labels "Problem Solver Convention" in Manchester, wasn't the first time Bostonian Rod Webber has tried to ask a GOP presidential candidate a question this year. In this election cycle, he has approached Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (S.C.), Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee and former Florida governor Jeb Bush.


Rod Webber, right, hugs Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush before handing him flowers in Sioux City, Iowa, July 13. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

At an event in New Hampshire this summer, the activist asked Bush, "What are you going to do to make the world more peaceful?"

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"Pray a lot," the former Florida governor replied.

At another event, Bush referred to Webber as "my friend, Rod," and invited him up to the stage to pray with him.

On Friday night, Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush concluded a town hall meeting in Barrington, N.H., by taking a question from and praying with Rod Webber, an activist and frequent attendee at Bush campaign events nationwide. (Ed O'Keefe/The Washington Post)