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Donald Trump Removes Latino Reporter Jorge Ramos From Press Conference: “Go Back to Univision!”.

Univision journalist Jorge Ramos was “out of line” and “like a madman” when he interrupted another reporter’s question during his news conference, Donald Trump said Wednesday. “I will tell you, he was totally out of line last night.Donald Trump threw Latino news anchor Jorge Ramos out of his press conference on Tuesday, Aug. 25, after refusing to answer his question and ordering him to “go back to Univision!” Trump, who famously derided Latino immigrants as he launched his presidential campaign back in June, ejected Ramos (a Univision anchor and one of most powerful newsmen on Spanish-language TV) from a conference before his rally in Dubuque, Iowa, after he stood up to ask Trump a question, despite the fact Trump hadn’t invited him to do so.DUBUQUE, Iowa — Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has opened up a new media feud, taking on another popular TV news personality even as his appearances continue to draw big ratings.

When Ramos contested that he had the right to ask a question, Trump continued to ignore him and urged another reporter he did want to talk to, to continue with his question. Also on Tuesday, Trump repeated his claim that he would stop eating Oreos, citing the cookie maker’s decision to close a plant in Chicago and move it to Mexico.

Trump watched silently as the Emmy-winning journalist, who was on the cover of Time magazine’s World’s Most Influential People issue, was removed from the room. After getting kicked out of the room, Ramos returned to press Trump on his immigration plan, specifically on his plans regarding birthright citizenship and to construct a wall along the expanse of the U.S. I think the best journalism happens when you take a stand.” The Incident happened the day after Trump resumed his feud with Fox News Channel anchor Megyn Kelly.-Mexico border. “You know how it is in the press conferences,” he said in a telephone interview with Chris Cuomo. “There were two reporters before me who asked a question, and then it was my turn.

And I confronted him on the fact that he wants to deport 11 million and build a wall and deny citizenship.” “Obviously, he didn’t like my question. A Washington think tank that favors immigration restrictions, the Center for Immigration Studies, estimates that about 40,000 babies annually are born to parents who enter the United States specifically to have a child, and that most of those parents enter the country legally. During the five-minute exchange, Ramos claimed that 40 percent of people in the country illegally enter through airports, not over the Mexican border. “I don’t believe that. Finally, Trump reminded Ramos that he was suing Univision, which dropped Trump’s Miss Universe pageant after he described Mexican immigrants in the U.S. illegally as “criminals” and “rapists.” Isaac Lee, chief executive officer of Univision, responded to the confrontation with a written comment: “We’d love for Mr. Trump to sit down for an in-depth interview with Jorge to talk about the specifics of his proposals.” Trump also said he would offer a foreign policy proposal within the next month.

But he hinted at some of his thoughts during a free-wheeling rally in the Dubuque convention auditorium that followed the news conference. “We protect Germany for no money. Mondelez, which also makes Chips Ahoy cookies and Trident gum, has said its “supply chain reinvention plan” is part of its broader push to slash costs and improve productivity.

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