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.
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.
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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