Trump to Reporter Who Questioned His Claim About ‘Hardened Criminals’ Entering US: ‘Don’t Be a Baby’
President Donald Trump suggested a female New York Times reporter should not be a baby when she asked about his claim that “hardened criminals” are trying to enter the country.
According to Buzzfeed‘s Joe Passantino, it happened during a roundtable in Arizona on Friday.
Trump at AZ roundtable claims migrants traveling in caravan are “hardened criminals”
Woman reporter asks Trump what evidence he has to support that claim.
Trump replies: “Oh please, don't be a baby”
— Jon Passantino (@passantino) October 20, 2018
Emily Cochrane, the reporter called a baby, also weighed in.
“I asked President Trump what evidence he had that ‘hardened criminals’ are trying to enter the country. ‘Oh please, please, don’t be a baby,’ was his response,” she wrote.
I asked President Trump what evidence he had that “hardened criminals” are trying to enter the country. “Oh please, please, don’t be a baby,” was his response.
— Emily Cochrane (@ESCochrane) October 20, 2018
It is not the first time Trump has used baby as an insult.
He once told his lawyer Rudy Giuliani not to be a baby.
He also made it clear during his interview with Leslie Stahl that he was not “a baby” just because he still likes Kim Jong Un despite his list of atrocities.
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