Transcript for Trump Challenged by Univision Anchor
and that face-off between Donald Trump and Jorge Ramos. He's been called the Latino Walter Cronkite. Ramos repeatedly tries to question trump, then trump motions to his security team and Ramos is taken out. The fallout from moment growing tonight. ABC's Tom llamas was in the room. Reporter: From the white house to the campaign trail, Donald Trump facing new heat tonight. Okay. Who is next? Reporter: The tension starting when Jorge Ramos got up and challenged trump on immigration. Ramos, an anchor for unision and our sister network, fusion. Sit down. I have the right to ask a question. No, you don't. You haven't been called. I have the right. Go back to univision. Reporter: Then, trump looks over at his staff, a bodyguard walks over and ushers Ramos -- Reporter: Outside, watch what happens next. A man wearing a suit and a trump sticker confronts Ramos. Get out of my country. Get out. I'm a U.S. Citizen, too. Well, whatever. Reporter: The campaign says the man is not a staffer nor a volunteer. Eventually, Ramos is allowed back in. Good to have you back. Thank you very much. Reporter: The two sparring over the billionaire's planned wall along the border. How are you going to build up a 1,900-mile wall? Very easy. I'm a builder. Reporter: Ramos talking to George this morning. What I would expect is that I can ask a question as a journalist. Reporter: In Florida today, Jeb bush saying "We have to treat all journalists with dignity and respect." And from the white house press secretary, some unsolicited advice for trump. I'm not sure that it's a successful media strategy to physically remove reporters who are asking tough questions. Reporter: George, Donald Trump describing Ramos as ranting and raving like a madman. Trump says he has nothing to apologize for and that he handled the exchange correctly. George? Another note on politics.
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