Democrat Rep. Eric Swalwell (Calif.) berated President Donald Trump over what he described as a "piggish" reaction to a question from reporter Cecilia Vega Monday. "A news conference means you get to ask whatever question you want to ask #FirstAmendment", she wrote. She was called upon by Trump to pose a question with Trump immediately commenting, "She's shocked that I picked her. Like in a state of shock", he said.
The Daily Beast reported that the White House whitewashed the part "I know you're not thinking" from the official transcript of the conferencereplacing it with "I know you're not thanking". I know you're not thinking.
Ouch. And that was just the warm up. "Don't do that", he said.
"You didn't answer my question, Mr. President", Collins said when he was done.
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Wiens said the United States-Mexico-Canada (USMCA) agreement further opens up Canada's dairy industry to US farmers. Canada's government had faced strong opposition to elements of the revised pact from the country's dairy farmers.
Of the many - many - journalists Trump has berated, before and, during his presidency, so far, women reporters have been a prime target.
Thank you for signing up. She asked him about reports that the White House is limiting the scope of the FBI's investigation into Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, to which he replied, "What does that have to do with trade?"
After pointing out that her colleagues had already asked several trade-related questions, Collins continued with her question about Kavanaugh. However, the new deal was overshadowed by Trump's comment aimed toward a female reporter after opening the floor to questions.
After the president's jab, Vega took to Twitter to say she was going to keep doing her job.
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The country's vice president said the death toll is expected to rise into the thousands as rescue operations continue. A magnitude 7.4 natural disaster centered near central Sulawesi, Indonesia also created a deadly tsunami.
The reporter then says, "I'm sorry?" to which he answers, "No, go ahead".
"You know what? You've really had enough", Trump said. But Trump ignored her, telling one of his staffers to pass the microphone to another reporter.
"You've been asking a question for 10 minutes. She's, like, in a state of shock", he said, earning laughs from the crowd.
Afterwards, Vega tweeted that Trump's rebuke of her question was essentially a violation of the First Amendment.
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Everyone is trying to do more for the team. "He's there to put a team out and put a team out that he thinks can win the game. I don't believe any player goes onto the pitch and doesn't try". "Every player is different, no player is the same.
"I wouldn't mind that at all", Trump said.
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