Donald Trump “Deports” Spanish-Language TV Host From Event (Video)

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Spanish-language TV Anchor, Jorge Ramos, felt the wrath of Donald Trump in Iowa this week, as Trump booted (deported) the face of Univision and Fusion TV from his press conference after he rudely interrupting “The Donald” during the Q & A  with reporters.

Ramos showed up to the press conference with a clear agenda of causing a scene.

Watch the video.

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Ramos was later allowed to reenter the press conference, where after being called upon by Trump, was able to ask those immigration reform questions he always asks individuals.

As he always does to his guests, a combative Ramos felt it necessary to interrupt Trump just about every time he tried to answer a question.

Trump schooled Ramos, who did not want to accept the truths and facts Trump was saying about illegal immigration reform.

Ramos made himself look foolish. It was pretty bad.

Oh, and Trump called Jeb Bush incompetent.

Spanish-language TV Anchor, Jorge Ramos, felt the wrath of Donald Trump in Iowa this week, as Trump booted (deported) the face of Univision and Fusion TV from his press conference after he rudely interrupting “The Donald” during the Q & A with reporters.

Ramos showed up to the press conference with a clear agenda of causing a scene.

Watch the video.

Ramos was later allowed to reenter the press conference, where after being called upon by Trump, was able to ask those immigration reform questions he always asks individuals. As he always does to his guests, a combative Ramos felt it necessary to interrupt Trump just about every time he tried to answer a question. Trump schooled Ramos, who did not want to accept the truths and facts Trump was saying about illegal immigration reform. Ramos made himself look foolish. It was pretty bad. 

A lot of people think that if you come and you're on the other side of the border -- I'm not talking about Mexicans. Somebody on the other side of the border. A woman is getting ready to have a baby, she crosses the border for one day, has the baby, all of a sudden for the next 80 years, hopefully longer, but for the next 80 years we have to take care of the people.

Excuse me, some of the greatest legal scholars -- and I know some of the television scholars agree with you, but some of the great legal scholars agree that that's not true. That if you come across -- excuse me, just one second.

(RAMOS INTERRUPTION)

No, I am answering. If you come across for one day and you have a baby, now the baby is going to be an American citizen. There are great -- excuse me. There are great legal scholars, the top, that say that's absolutely wrong. It's going to be tested. Okay?

Ramos asked Trump how he would erect a 1900-mile long border

TRUMP: Very easy. I'm a builder. That's easy. I build buildings that are 94 --

(RAMOS INTERRUPTION)

TRUMP: Can I tell you what's more complicated? What's more complicated is building a building that's 95 stories tall.

Trump battles Ramos on deportation

TRUMP: The one thing we're going to start with immediately are the gangs, and the real bad up ones. And you do agree there are some bad ones. Do you agree or do you think everyone is just perfect? No. I asked you a question. Do you agree with that? We have tremendous crime, we have tremendous problems -- I can't deal with this.

Listen, we have tremendous crime, we have tremendously, we have some very bad ones and I you would agree with that, right? There's a lot of bad ones. Real bad ones. Excuse me. They looked at some of the gangs in Baltimore, they looked at some of the gangs in Chicago, they looked even in Ferguson. They got some rough, illegal immigrants in those gangs.

They're getting out. You mind if i send them out? Now, if they come from Mexico, do you mind if I send them back to Mexico. No, no, do you mind if I send them back to Mexico? Okay. Those people are out. They'll be out so fast your head will spin.

"I have a bigger heart than you do."-Trump to Ramos

.DONALD TRUMP: Well, a lot of people think -- no, no, excuse me. a lot of people, no, no, but a lot of people think that's not right, that an act of congress can do it. but it's possibly going to have to be tested in courts. but 

A lot of people think that if you come and you're on the other side of the border -- I'm not talking about Mexicans. Somebody on the other side of the border. A woman is getting ready to have a baby, she crosses the border for one day, has the baby, all of a sudden for the next 80 years, hopefully longer, but for the next 80 years we have to take care of the people. 

Excuse me, some of the greatest legal scholars -- and I know some of the television scholars agree with you, but some of the great legal scholars agree that that's not true. That if you come across -- excuse me, just one second. 

(RAMOS INTERRUPTION)

No, I am answering. If you come across for one day and you have a baby, now the baby is going to be an American citizen. There are great -- excuse me. There are great legal scholars, the top, that say that's absolutely wrong. It's going to be tested. Okay? Ramos asked Trump how he would erect a 1900-mile long border

TRUMP: Very easy. I'm a builder. That's easy. I build buildings that are 94 --

(RAMOS INTERRUPTION)

TRUMP: Can I tell you what's more complicated? What's more complicated is building a building that's 95 stories tall. Trump battles Ramos on deportation

TRUMP: The one thing we're going to start with immediately are the gangs, and the real bad up ones. And you do agree there are some bad ones. Do you agree or do you think everyone is just perfect? No. I asked you a question. Do you agree with that? We have tremendous crime, we have tremendous problems -- I can't deal with this. 

Listen, we have tremendous crime, we have tremendously, we have some very bad ones and I you would agree with that, right? There's a lot of bad ones. Real bad ones. Excuse me. They looked at some of the gangs in Baltimore, they looked at some of the gangs in Chicago, they looked even in Ferguson. They got some rough, illegal immigrants in those gangs. 

They're getting out. You mind if i send them out? Now, if they come from Mexico, do you mind if I send them back to Mexico. No, no, do you mind if I send them back to Mexico? Okay. Those people are out. They'll be out so fast your head will spin.

"I have a  bigger heart than you do."-Trump to Ramos

 

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Javier Manjarres is a nationally renowned award-winning South Florida-based political journalist owns Diverse New Media, Corp. which publishes Floridianpress.com, Judicialpost.com, shark-tank.com, and Hispolitica.com He enjoys traveling, playing soccer, mixed martial arts, weight-lifting, swimming and biking. He ran as a Republican in the 2018 congressional primary race in Florida's CD 22. Javier is also a political consultant, and has also authored "BROWN PEOPLE," which is a book about Hispanic Politics. Learn more at www.brownpeople.org Email him at Diversenewmedia@gmail.com

 

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