Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump said Wednesday he’s “proud” of booting a prominent Spanish-language journalist out of his press event in Iowa. “I think I handled that well. I got a lot of credit for it,” he told conservative radio host Laura Ingraham. Trump clashed with Univision’s Jorge Ramos just a day earlier, forcing the journalist to be removed from the event. Univision said Ramos had requested an interview with candidate, which Trump rejected before posting Ramos’ cellphone number on social media. Ramos was eventually let back into the press conference before he and Trump began arguing over the candidate’s immigration proposal. “As a journalist you have to take a stand,” Ramos said on ABC’s Good Morning America Wednesday.
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