(TargetLiberty.org) – Vanity Fair first reported a heated altercation between former President Donald Trump and an NBC reporter which allegedly occurred on March 25. According to the report Trump grabbed the reporter’s phone and demanded that he get off of his plane after he inquired about the criminal probe by Manhattan DA Alvin Brag.
The audio from the incident was recently made available, and it shows how Trump who was on his plane with a group of reporters as he was leaving a campaign rally in Waco, Texas, responded to NBC News reporter Vaughn Hillyard alleging that he was “frustrated” about Bragg’s probe. Trump proceeded to say that he was not frustrated and that he had just given a two-hour speech. He then alleged that this investigation was fake and that he had done nothing wrong.
He added that this was “fake news” and proceeded to blame NBC as one of the “worst at it.” He later told the reporter directly that he had previously heard that he was a “nice guy” but it turned out he was not.
Hillyard waited around half an hour before attempting to ask Trump another question relating to the investigation. To this Trump said that he did not want to speak to him. Still, this did not stop Hillyard who continued trying to form his question.
However, Trump quickly took the reporter’s two phones from the table and tossed them away. He then called for Hillyard to be removed.
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