A news anchor was moved out from a recent press conference in the event of Donald Trump Presidential campaign in Iowa. Donald Trump, the candidate for the Republican President, was in a prolonged confrontation with the news anchor in the middle of the press conference.
Trump explicitly stated that he had not been called to take questions from the news reporters.
The incident occurred this Tuesday where Jorge Ramos, a Miami-based news anchor from a leading Spanish news channel stood in the middle of the conference and started to hurl questions at the Republican.
All of a sudden, the news anchor began to ask Trump about his proposals on immigration, which includes ending the law that provides automatic citizenship for infants born illegally to the parents in The US.
As Ramos continued to speak, Trump interrupted and repeatedly told him to sit down and then asked him to return to Univision.
The situation was dealt by one of the security personals in the news conference.
As the security personnel approached Mr Ramos, he continued to speak loudly saying “You cannot deport 11 million people”. Mr Ramos was referring to the proposals made by Trump regarding the illegal deportation of all the people before allowing some of the people to return to the country.
Mr Ramos was moved out from the conference room with the help of the security personal and while moving out he hurled arguments regarding several proposals of the Trump’s plan.
This was an annoying situation for all the delegates present at the diplomatic campaign.
Trump ignored all the arguments saying that people like Ramos always stand up and scream unknowingly.