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First, Trump booted Univision anchor Jorge Ramos out of his news conference. Then things got interesting. - The Washington Post

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Bodyguards escorted Univison's Jorge Ramos out of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's news conference Aug. 25. After guards let the reporter back in, he went back and forth with Trump about his immigration plan. (MSNBC/Asya Aka, Radio Iowa) This story has been updated. DUBUQUE, Iowa Two minutes into Donald Trump's newsconference here Tuesday night came the question he tried to silence. "Mr. Trump, I have a question," said Jorge Ramos, the top newsanchor at Univision and one of the country's most recognizable Mexican-Americans, as he stoodup in the front row of journalists. "Excuse me," the Republican presidential front-runner told Ramos. "Sit down. You weren't called. Sit down." Ramos, holding a piece of paper, calmly triedto ask Trump about his plan to combat illegal immigration. "I'm a reporter, an immigrant, a senior citizen," he said. "I have the right to ask a question." Trump interrupted him. "Go back to Univision," hesaid. Then the billionaire businessman motionedto one of his bodyguards, who walked across the room and physically removed Ramos from the room. Jorge Ramos was escorted out of a Donald Trump news conference on Tuesday after the presidental hopeful refused to recognize the Univision anchor's questions on immigration. (Asya Aka, Radio Iowa/Twitter) Trump's dismissalof a major television news anchor lit up social media. Reporters asked Trump why he removed Ramos. At first, he accusedRamos of violating his news conference protocol. "He stood up and started screaming," Trump said of Ramos. "He's obviously a very emotional person," Trump said. But momentslater, Ramos returned to his seat in the front row and Trump called on him. Forfive minutes, they tangled over immigration policy, an issue on which both men have passionately different views. It was one of the more compelling moments of the 2016 campaign. "Good to have you back," Trump told Ramos, signaling to him to begin his questioning. "Here's the problem with your immigration plan," Ramos said. "It's full of empty promises." Ramos pointed out it would be unconstitutional to deny citizenship to what Trump calls "anchor babies," children born in the United States to undocumented immigrants. Trump disagreed, saying it could be done as an act of Congress and that some legal scholars argue the 14th Amendment should be changed. "A woman's getting ready to have a baby," Trump said. "She crosses the border for one day, has the baby, all of a sudden for the next 80 years we have to take care of" the child. The next question from Ramos: How do you build a 1,900-mile wall across the U.S. border with Mexico? "It's very easy," Trump said. "I'm a builder. ... What's more complicated is building a building that's 95 stories tall." The questioning continued. At one point, Trump said, "I can't deal with this." A Trump aide interrupted and told Ramos, "Is there one question one question?" YetTrump let the questioning continue, seemingly determined to prove his case. "I have a bigger heart than you do," he told Ramos. "We're going to do [deportations]in a very humane fashion." Trump went on to assert that gang members in Baltimore, St. Louis and other cities are illegal immigrants. "Listen, we have tremendous crime," he told Ramos. "We have some very bad ones. ... Do you mind if I send them back to Mexico?" Ramos replied, "No human being is illegal, Mr. Trump." The response: "Well, when they cross the border, from a legal standpoint, they're illegal immigrants when they don't have their papers." When Ramos pressed Trump on polls showing his unpopularity with Latinos, Trump would notaccept the premise of the question. First, he interrupted Ramos and turned the question on him: "How much am I suing Univision for right now? Do you know the number? I know you're part of the lawsuit." Trump filed suit against the network in June, alleging defamation and breach of contract, after Univision ended its relationship with him and canceled plans to broadcast the Miss Universe pageant he owns following his controversial comments about Mexican immigrants. "I'm a reporter," Ramos said. "Five hundred million dollars," Trump replied. "And they're very concerned about it, by the way. I'm very good at this." Philip Rucker is a national political correspondent for The Washington Post, where he has reported since 2005.

The many feuds of Donald Trump, diagrammed - The Washington Post

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In challenging Donald Trump at his press conference in Iowa on Tuesday night, Jorge Ramos became only the latest target of Donald Trump's fury since he's been on the campaign trail. Over the course of the 71 days that Trump has been running, he's picked fights with and picked on his opponents, members of the media, various companies and even NASCAR. Trump has repeatedly claimed to be "the most militaristic person ever." If measured in willingness to start fights, he may actually have a claim to that title. All photos from the Associated Press. 1. Univision and NBC. Trump's campaign began in earnest when Univision cut ties with the businessman after his comments about Mexican immigrants during his campaign launch. Shortly after, NBC cut ties with Trump, too -- although Trump claimed that it was he who cut ties with them. Then there was his tiff with Ramos, who works for Univision. Bodyguards escorted Univison's Jorge Ramos out of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's news conference Aug. 25. After guards let the reporter back in, he went back and forth with Trump about his immigration plan. (MSNBC/Asya Aka, Radio Iowa) 2. Fox News and Megyn Kelly After Megyn Kelly asked pointed questions of Trump during the first Republican debate, Trump lashed out at her on social media. That started something of a war with Fox News, and prompted Carly Fiorina to come to Kelly's defense. (That war was reignited this week.) When Trump made a comment about Kelly bleeding, conservative activist and blogger Erick Erickson disinvited Trump from his conference. Businessman and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump continues to defend himself after his controversial comments about Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly. Here's his explanation of what he meant when he said Kelly had "blood coming out of her wherever" during the GOP debate. (Alice Li/The Washington Post) 3. Other companies After Univision and NBC backed away from Trump, so did ESPN, NASCAR and Macy's, who ended business relationships with the candidate. Trump usually responded by making fun of the companies or insisting that he ended the relationship first. 4. Nabisco and Frank Luntz Following the Fox News debate earlier this month, pollster Frank Luntz conducted a focus group in which people reported being put-off by Trump's demeanor. Luntz, Trump tweeted, was a "low class slob." Nabisco also wandered into Trump's cross-hairs after he learned of the company's plans to move some manufacturing to Mexico. It's now part of his stump speech. VIDEO 5. The 2016 candidates who've picked fights Trump has gleefully engaged with his opponents whohave attacked him. Jeb Bush, Rick Perry, Lindsey Graham and Rand Paul have fought with Trump, with varying -- usually low -- levels of success. 6. The 2016 candidates that haven't picked fights Scott Walker was attacked by Trump after one of his donors reportedly called the businessman a "DumbDumb." Trump blasted Walker's record as governor. Marco Rubio offered a fairly mild critique of Trump during the immigration kerfuffle. Now, Trump criticizes Rubio -- in part to ding Bush. I laugh when I see Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush pretending to "love" each other, with each talking of their great friendship. Typical phony pols Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 18, 2015 7. The 2016 candidate that tried to pick a fight Chris Christie has tried to pick a fight with trump. It hasn't worked. Donald Trump has never held back when it comes to speaking his mind about the people who have got under his skin. (The Washington Post) Philip Bump writes about politics for The Fix. He is based in New York City.

In taking on Jorge Ramos, Donald Trump may have tussled with the wrong media star - LA Times

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In his latest showdown, Donald Trump ordered Univision anchor Jorge Ramos out of a news conference Tuesday, telling him to "go back to Univision."Ramos, who like Trump is known for his confrontational style, didn't back down until he was escorted out of the room by security. Eventually, Ramos was invited back, where he sparred with Trump over the Republican candidate's immigration proposals.Trump has had some high-profile tiffs with media figures recently, battling publicly with Fox News Channel anchor Megyn Kelly, and on Tuesday with the network's chairman, Roger Ailes. But prodding Ramos, who has been called the Spanish-language Walter Cronkite, could prove dangerous for Trump, who thus far been something of a Teflon candidate. Here's why:Ramos is a very important figure for American LatinosThe 57-year-old has anchored "Noticiero Univision," Spanish-language TV's No.1-ranked newscast, for nearly three decades and is considered a trusted source of news. A 2010 study by the Pew Hispanic Center found that among Latinos, Ramos was the second-most recognized Latino leader behind Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, and other polls have shown he is one of the most trusted public figures among Latinos."Spanish-language news has almost the same pull as the priest in the pulpit," Rep. Xavier Becerra (D-Los Angeles), told the Los Angeles Times in 2013. "And Jorge Ramos is the pope, he's the big kahuna."Ramos has a lot of followers: According to Nielsen ratings, more than 2 million viewers tune in to "Noticiero Univision" nightly. For perspective, in 2013, that was three times the audience of CNN's "The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer."And according to recently published research, the GOP's presidential nominee would need to win nearly half of the Latino vote to make it to the White House. (President Obama won reelection with 71% of the Latino vote).During the last presidential election cycle, Washington Monthly called Ramos the broadcaster who would most determine the outcome of the 2012 election.Despite that, Trump at one point on Tuesday night said he "didn't know much about him."Ramos has a personal connection to immigration issuesA native of Mexico City, Ramos moved to Los Angeles as a student in 1983 and took UCLA Extension classes in journalism. He landed an on-air job at KMEX-TV, Los Angeles' Spanish-language station. Three years later, he was named an anchor for Univision, becoming one of the youngest national news anchors in television.Ramos, who became a naturalized U.S. citizen seven years ago, has consistently used his position to unabashedly push for immigration reform."I am emotionally linked to this issue," Ramos told The Times in 2013. "Because once you are an immigrant, you never forget that you are one."Ramos sees himself as an advocate for millions of Latino immigrants, and so do theyFor many Latinos, Trump telling Ramos to "go back to Univision" reflected shades of racism and echoed the familiar phrase, "Go back to Mexico."There is deep rooted racism in what happened here. "Go back to Univision" actually means = "Go back to Mexico"... http://t.co/Qc19zVb9x2 Xochitl Palomera (@SugarSkul) August 26, 2015"Go back to @Univision" really means "Go Back To Mexico" let's not act like that's not what he meant. Jr Terrazas (@JLJR) August 26, 2015Earlier this year, Ramos defended his focus on immigration in an open letter to Republicans."The Republican Party has been complaining lately about how some Latino journalists, including me, only ask them about immigration," he wrote. "That is correct, but what Republicans don't understand is that for us, the immigration issue is the most pressing symbolically and emotionally, and the stance a politician takes on this defines whether he is with us or against us."Ramos has been unapologetic about his and the network's stance."Our position is clearly pro-Latino or pro-immigrant," he said in 2013. "We are simply being the voice of those who don't have a voice."Latinos, in turn, see Ramos as a leader. According to the Pew Hispanic Center survey, 38% of Latinos surveyed considered Ramos a major Latino leader.At a University of Texas at Austin forum this year, Univision News President Isaac Lee summed up the network's perspective: "Univision's audience knows that Jorge is representing them," Lee said. "He is not asking the questions to be celebrated as a fair and balanced journalist. He's going to ask the person whatever is necessary to push the agenda for a more fair society, for a more inclusive society and for the Hispanic community to be better."Univision brass also stood up for Ramos on Wednesday evening, calling Trump's behavior "beyond contempt." "Mr. Trump demonstrated complete disregard for him and for the countless Hispanics whom Jorge seeks to represent," Univision Communications Chief Executive Randy Falco said in a statement. Ramos has faced criticism over the news that his daughter is working for Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential campaign, but he has said her job doesn't affect his work. "Like many reporters who have parents, siblings or other family members that are active in politics, this will not change how I approach my duty as a journalist," Ramos wrote in a blog post.Much like Trump, Ramos seems to welcome conflict and doesn't often back downRamos quit his first reporting job at a Mexico City TV station after his bosses demanded he soften a piece critical of the Mexican government and he refused.Ramos has said he approaches interviews with world leaders in the context of warfare. "My only weapon is the question," he told The Times in 2013.During the 2012 presidential campaign, Ramos moderated a series of Univision candidate forums, and pressed Mitt Romney and President Obama hard on immigration issues. After confronting Romney about his proposed "self-deportation" policy, Ramos turned to Obama."A promise is a promise," he said, prodding the president over the administration's deportation of more than 1.4 million people and failure to tackle immigration in his first term. "And, in all due respect, you didn't keep that promise."Keep reading:'Anchor babies': A message for Jeb BushYoungest twin panda newborn dies at the National ZooTrump could win, says GOP strategist after talking to the candidate's supportersUPDATES6:02 p.m.: This article has been updated with a comment from Univision's Randy Falco.2:29 p.m.: This article has been updated with additional information about Ramos' background and daughter.This article was originally published at 11:33 a.m.For more breaking news, follow me @cmaiducTimes staff writers Kate Linthicum and Meg James contributed to this report. Copyright 2015, Los Angeles Times

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Trump spars with TV reporters Megyn Kelly and Jorge Ramos - BBC News

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Image caption Donald Trump has been hitting back at Fox host Megyn Kelly since she hosted the first Republican debate two weeks ago Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump has clashed with two television reporters.He revived his feud with the Fox News channel host Megyn Kelly - who returned to her show on Monday after a break - saying she must have had a bad holiday because "she's really off her game".Fox News chief Roger Ailes has demanded an apology, describing the business mogul's verbal attack as "disturbing".Separately, Mr Trump had a journalist ejected from a news conference.Univision news anchor Jorge Ramos was trying to question Mr Trump about his call to deport 11 million undocumented immigrants from the US and build a wall the length of the Mexican border.But Mr Trump insisted that he had not been invited to submit a question."You haven't been called, go back to Univision," Mr Trump said, before Mr Ramos was ejected from the news conference.As security officers approached the Mexican-American journalist, he said: "I am a reporter. Don't touch me. I have a right to ask the question." In an interview with CNN on Monday, Mr Ramos had accused Mr Trump of disseminating hate by calling for mass deportations of families in the US who do not have the right documentation.Verbal attackMr Trump's clash with Ms Kelly comes two weeks after controversy over his remarks about her following the first Republican debate. Image caption Univision reporter Jorge Ramos was told by Mr Trump that it was not his turn to submit a question In a CNN interview, Mr Trump said the Fox presenter "had blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever" to describe the way she questioned him during the debate over comments he had made about women.He was subsequently dropped as a speaker at a major US conservative forum, and his comment was denounced by rival Republican candidates. But it did not stop Mr Trump from continuing his verbal attack of Ms Kelly during her show on Monday, tweeting: "Kelly File was much better without Megyn Kelly. Her replacement while she was out on vacation was much better!"He also retweeted a message that referred to her as a "bimbo".Fox News chairman Roger Ailes, who had cleared the air with Mr Trump after the debate, reacted strongly to the "surprise and unprovoked attack" on his news host. In a statement read aloud on the channel, he said it was "as unacceptable as it is disturbing".Kelly "represents the very best of American journalism and all of us at Fox News Channel reject the crude and irresponsible attempts to suggest otherwise," he added, demanding an apology.Some of Ms Kelly's colleagues also came to her defence, including Bret Baier, her co-host for the debate, who tweeted "this needs to stop".But Donald Trump seemed unfazed by the criticism, saying he disagreed with Mr Ailes' statement and that he did not consider Ms Kelly "a quality journalist".Likewise he said that he did not believe he had ever met Mr Ramos except when the reporter "started screaming" at the press conference. The news anchor was later allowed to return to the press conference and submit questions. Donald Trump has a big opinion poll lead over the 16 other Republican candidates, despite a string of controversial remarks since launching his campaign.2016 runners and riders Image caption Clockwise from top left: Donald Trump, Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, Marco Rubio, Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton The early Republican frontrunner is Donald Trump Hillary Clinton will have learnt much from her failed campaign of 2008Florida senator Marco Rubio lost some right-wing fans by backing a bipartisan immigration reform package Wisconsin governor Scott Walker appeals to both the Republican establishment and the Tea PartyLibertarian Rand Paul has his supporters - and enemies - among RepublicansVeteran congressman Bernie Sanders is drawing huge crowds at his ralliesMeet all of the 2016 hopefuls

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Donald Trump Sets Record, Hits 40 Percent in New Poll

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Poll: Donald Trump Sets Record, Hits 40 Percent in New Poll Andrew Burton/Getty Images by Alex Swoyer26 Aug 2015Washington, DC0 Donald Trump, the GOP frontrunner, hit the 40 percent marker in a recent Gravis Marketing poll. According to a report, this is the first time a candidate has reached above the 30 percent mark. Since the previous survey done by Gravis Marketing on July 31, Trump increased almost 10 points. Dr. Ben Carson increased 7 points and was named the winner in a Post GOP Debate Poll. Trump, Carson, and Fiorina three of the top five GOP presidential candidates, have never held office. The Gravis results were as follows: Donald Trump 40.1% Ben Carson 13% Jeb Bush 10% Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) 7 % Carly Fiorina 5.2% John Kasich 4.8% Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) 4.7% Mike Huckabee 3.7% Scott Walker 3.5% Rick Perry 1.5% Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) 1.5% Chris Christie 1.4% George Pataki 1.1% Rick Santorum 1% Bobby Jindal 0.9% Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) 0.6% The poll surveyed 3,567 voters randomly across the United States. It had a margin of error of plus or minus two percent and was conducted August 21-22. Read More Stories About: Big Government, 2016 Presidential Race, Donald Trump, Data, 2016 Republican Candidates, Political Poll, Gravis Marketing, Gravis Marketing Poll
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