— -- Presidential candidate Donald Trump offered ABC News' Tom Llamas a tap on the cheek following a Wednesday event in New Hampshire.
The encounter occurred after Trump wrapped his town hall speech at Keene High School. He spoke for one hour to a crowd of 3,500, touching on everything from Syrian refugees to the relationship between his GOP rivals Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush.
When Llamas commented that Trump seemed fired up, the billionaire responded, "I was fired up, you better believe it. When I see what's happening to this country I'm fired up. I hope you see the new polls that are coming out."
That's when Trump gently tapped Llamas on his cheek and walked to an overflow room.