Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump holds a child as he speaks during a rally at the KI Convention Center on Oct. 17, 2016 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Getty Images

A young Donald Trump rally attendee joined the unofficial cohort of women standing up to the Republican presidential nominee on Monday night when she rejected his kiss on stage.

While at an event in Green Bay, Wisconsin, Trump paused his stump speech to point out a "beautiful little girl." He waved, pointed the child out to the crowd and then invited her up on stage.

"Hi. You want to come up and see me?" he asked. "The most beautiful little girl. Wow. And she got all decked out for this evening. Wow. So beautiful."

When the young black girl, wearing a pink bow in her hair, arrived, Trump picked her up and let her say "hi" in the microphone. The GOP candidate continued complimenting her after she introduced herself. Then came the moment that would later go viral: The girl dodged Trump as he kissed her on the cheek — twice.

Trump, who has polled as low as 0 percent among black voters, let the girl go back to her parents.

He also invited a boy up afterward, remarking "isn't that what it's all about?" the New York Daily News reported.

Shaking hands and kissing babies are standard practices for politicians, but Monday's incident left the internet buzzing. A recently leaked audio recording from 2005 captured Trump bragging to TV host Billy Bush about using his stardom to take advantage of women. At the time, Trump infamously said he could "grab them by the p----."

Since then, a number of women have come forward to accuse Trump of groping them, forcing himself on them or otherwise inappropriately touching them.

Trump has repeatedly denied the allegations, blaming them on rival Democrat Hillary Clinton and the media.

"These vicious claims about me of inappropriate conduct with women are totally and absolutely false," Trump said last week in Florida, according to NBC. "These claims are all fabricated. They're all fiction and they're outright lies. These events never ever, ever happened."