Donald Trump Defends Throwing Jorge Ramos Out Of A Press Conference, Says He Was ‘Raving Like A Madman’ — WHA?!

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If you were expecting an apology, think again!

Last night, the bully presidential candidate Donald Trump had Univision reporter Jorge Ramos thrown out of a press conference for speaking out of turn.

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Ramos was later allowed to return but Trump never answered his question about specifics of his ideas of illegal immigration, and instead said:

“I’ve given you specifics. Great management. And they’ll going to hopefully come back in very soon.”

Somehow in Donald’s mind, saying the two words “Great management” is outlining the specifics of his plan.

On Wednesday morning Trump called into Matt Lauer on Today to explain himself and his side of the story. The president hopeful said:

“He stood up and started ranting and raving like a madman, and frankly, he was out of line. Most people├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥in fact most newspaper reports├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥said I handled it very well. He was totally, absolutely out of line.”

We agree that Ramos should have waited his turn — but that’s no excuse for Trump publicly embarrassing the reporter.

And he might want to re-watch the footage and grab a dictionary because it sure doesn’t look like Ramos is “ranting and raving.” Also, why does Trump CONSTANTLY need to point that people agree with him. Kinda seems like the mindset of someone who knows they’re in the wrong and constantly needs affirmation.

He went on to say:

“I’m not a bully. In fact, I think it’s just the opposite way. I’m not a bully. You saw last night. This man just gets up and starts ranting and raving and screaming. It was honestly very disrespectful to all the other reporters. We had a packed house…And he gets up and just starts ranting and raving. Very disrespectful to all the other reporters that had questions also.”

OF COURSE Trump doesn’t think he’s a bully. We’re sure Biff from Back to the Future didn’t think he was a bully either! Come to think of it, he does look a bit like old Biff from BTTF Part II — LOLz!

The GOP candidate was also asked about the debate and controversy with Megyn Kelly, to which he responded:

“Other people were asked nice questions about jobs, about God, about other things, and she hits me with questions that were totally inappropriate. A lot of people said that. Many people agreed with me.”

Once again feeling the need to point out that “many people” agreed with him. Depending on your definition of the word “many,” it’s pretty easy to say almost ANYTHING and have “many” people agree with you.

We wish we could say we can’t wait for the next Trump argument, but at this point, it’s getting a bit old.

[Image via Dennis Van Tine/Future Image/WENN.]

Aug 26, 2015 2:40pm PDT

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