Donald Trump kicks Mexican reporter out of press conference
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Donald Trump kicks Mexican reporter out of press conference

U.S. Republican party candidate Donald Trump is back in the spotlight once again.

This time, the media mogul kicked Univision reporter Jorge Ramos out of a press conference.

“Sit down, you weren’t called,” Trump snapped at Ramos. “Go back to Univision.”

Ramos, a Mexican-born reporter, has worked for Univision since 1983.

Ramos was ejected from the press conference after he started trying to question Trump about children born in the U.S. to immigrant parents.

During Trump’s Idaho conference, he insisted that the Hispanic population views him in a favorable light, despite countless attacks against Mexico.

Latino love

“They love me. Do you know how many Latinos work for me my friend?” he commented.

“I’m a journalist, I have a right to ask questions!” Ramos added, while security escorted him from the conference.

“Ramos was simply doing what journalists have done for decades: ask questions!” Mekahlo Medina, president of the U.S. National Association of Hispanic Journalists commented.

“He was simply opening debate with a presidential candidate in relation to his comments on a very important topic.”

Trump continues to bulldoze his way along his campaign trail.

The real question is, who will he offend next?

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