28 July 2015

Trump Puts Rude Reporter in His Proper Place

Make America Great
Liberal media network are sending their best field reporters to cover the controversial real-estate mogul Donald Trump in his trips and public appearances in order to capture any embarrassing or compromising situations and to put him in an uncomfortable position. They are hoping that such instances will weather away some of his popularity and jeopardize his presidential ambition.

Unfortunately for this media outlets, even their laid best plans can backfire and make their failure a public humiliation.

Last 23 July, Trump blasted a reporter who asked him about his controversial rhetoric against illegal immigration. The Republican presidential candidate was then visiting the border city of Laredo, Texas, to discuss immigration policy.

He took questions from the media at multiple points during the trip. At one spot, a reporter apparently from Telemundo started telling Trump about the country's large Hispanic population but quoted the businessman in a way that he felt was inaccurate.

"Many feel that what you said, when you said that people that cross the border are rapists and murderers," the reporter began, unable to get his question out before Trump cut him off.

"No, no, we're talking about illegal immigration and everybody understands it. And you know what? That's a typical case of the press with misinterpretation," Trump declared as his supporters cheered. "They take half a sentence, then they take a quarter of a sentence. They put it all together. It's a typical thing."

He added: "You're with Telemundo and Telemundo should be ashamed."

The reporter asked if he could finish his question. But Trump dismissed him in the face of more cheers from the crowd.

"You're finished," Trump said.

In related news, the baseball hat Donald Trump wore on his mission to the Mexican border quickly achieved meme status. And now, Americans can buy their own copy of the hat, which is emblazoned with Trump's presidential campaign slogan, "Make America Great Again."

A Trump campaign aide confirmed to Business Insider that the hats are on sale at Trump Tower in Manhattan and are "coming soon to DonaldJTrump.com." The aide said all of the campaign merchandise was "made in the USA."