‘Get Him Out Of Here!’: Trump Kicked ‘Fake News’ NBC Reporter Off His Plane For Asking Question About Bragg Probe

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In response to a question on the criminal investigation by Manhattan DA Alvin Brag during an unofficial press gathering, former President Donald Trump reportedly grabbed an NBC reporter’s phone and demanded that he be taken off his plane, according to recently discovered recordings.

The argumentative discussion, which was first made public by Vanity Fair, took place on March 25 in Waco, Texas, following Trump’s campaign speech. NBC News reporter Vaughn Hillyard made the comment that the leading Republican candidate for 2024 appeared “frustrated” by Bragg’s probe while the candidate was interacting with a group of reporters aboard his jet. Trump appeared to be upset by the query because he urged the reporter not to ask “any more questions.”

“I’m not frustrated by anything,” Trump replied, according to a recording obtained by the Washington Post. “What am I, frustrated? I just did a speech for two hours. I’m not frustrated by it. It’s a fake investigation. We did nothing wrong. I told you that. … It’s the exact opposite. This is fake news, and NBC is one of the worst at it. Don’t ask me any more questions,” he said.

“I heard you’re a nice guy from NBC, but you’re not,” Trump later added.

Hillyard allegedly attempted to ask Trump another question regarding Bragg’s inquiry after over 30 minutes had passed.

“I don’t want to talk to you. You’re not a nice guy,” Trump said.

A source familiar with the situation told Vanity Fair that when Hillyard continued to ask his question, an irate Trump reportedly grabbed the reporter’s two phones from the table in front of him and threw them to the side.

In the audio clip that was obtained, Trump is heard directing his staff to “Get him out of here.”

“Let’s go, get him out of here. Out of here. Out of here,” he said.

The journalists were then led off, according to the Washington Post. Hillyard may have been removed from Trump’s aircraft, but Trump campaign spokesman Steven Cheung assured the publication that “no negative incidents” involving journalists have ever taken place on his aircraft.

An NBC reporter claims that former president Donald Trump snatched his phone and ordered him off of his flight.

The conversation took place a few days before the former president was charged with falsifying financial records in relation to payments made to adult film star Stormy Daniels in 2016 and later appeared in court in New York City.

Trump, who is the front-runner among Republicans for the presidency in 2024, has referred to the inquiry as “political persecution and election interference at the highest level in history.”

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11 months ago

Well in my eyes and if I were Trump I would have them refer to Biden’s criminal background and then walk away from them. These reporters, so called, want the commie bastards to take over this country. But if and when they do, there will not be news at all unless it is approved by the CCP. And they won’t have jobs and they won’t have freedoms and will be treated worse than anyone before or after them. Go check how China treats their people? If the media would stop pushing Biden this country might have a chance. Trump is right on the fake news and always has been, but now it’s the commie news lead by the Biden regime, for the Biden regime. So so sad

11 months ago
Reply to  Granny

RIGHT ON, Granny, from another grandparent.
What a blessed time it will be when the Kingdom that our Master Yahusha (“Lord Jesus”) spoke of at Matthew 6:10 has indeed come to earth, & hope to meet you THERE in the Master’s Presence, amein & amein!!

11 months ago

That dingbat “reporter” could have had a modicum of decency by not pursuing a dead issue. President Trump was quite justified in having him removed from his plane.