Former President Donald Trump has been indicted on 34 felony charges in connection with the Manhattan indictment in which he allegedly threw reporters’ phones onto his plane after a rally in Waco, TX.
Useless fair He obtained a video of Trump’s treatment of NBC News reporter Vaughn Hilliard and reported:
Hilliard’s questions revolved around his posts on Truth Social at the time. The former president warned there would be “death and destruction” if he was indicted. When Hilliard tried to rehash Trump’s “version of events” surrounding the DA’s investigation, the former president said, “I don’t want to talk to you.” Hillyard tried to ask another question. “Can you hear me? You’re not a good person,” Trump said, turning to take a question from another reporter. The third time Hilliard tried to get a response, Trump lost. “Okay, let’s go, let’s get it out of here,” Trump said. Trump is out here as Hilliard continues to try: “Special counsel, sir. A deep voice, apparently a Trump campaign aide, can be heard saying, “Wow, we’re done.”
Trump picked up one of the phones recording Gaga and asked, “Whose is this?” he asked. Hilliard replied that it was mine. Trump picked up another phone and asked the same question. “That’s mine,” Hillard said as the former president tossed both phones out of his sight, onto the seat next to him; One of the phones ringing can be heard on the recording.
Hilliard was more diplomatic when discussing his relationship with Trump on MSNBC at the time.
The NBC reporter said Trump was full of anger and did not answer questions. He did not say that Trump tried to chase him away from the meeting, lost it, and threw Hilliard’s phones.
This is the same person. CNN will host a nationally televised town hall next week. Trump would not answer questions from mainstream reporters about the Manhattan case before his impeachment.
CNN probably thinks they’re playing it safe, but Trump is only going to take questions from an audience of Republican primary voters, but the former president seems unfazed.
Trump has tried to topple the government, and after losing the 2020 election, the mood is getting worse.
Trump’s team is trying to hide his behavior, but it comes out, and every time, he reminds voters that Trump is completely unelectable and should not be near the Oval Office.
Jason is the managing editor. He is also a member of the White House Press Pool and Congressional Correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform activities.
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