GOP presidential contender Donald Trump handled a hostile questioner in Las Vegas Saturday in the manner he’s famous for:
Brash, with a dash of bravado — and absolutely no fear.
After addressing the crowd on the country’s problems, focused primary on illegal immigration, Trump did something Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton would never dream of — he called for questions from the audience — without pre-screening.
One was a man who claimed he was “incredibly insulted” over Trump’s statements on illegal immigrants — especially those from Mexico.
The real estate mogul sighed and said, “I was waiting for this.”
“Did the government of Mexico ask you to come here?” Trump asked.
The man, who said he was from Mexico, asked Trump if he would build a wall around each state.
Trump said he would build a wall only at the U.S.-Mexican border, adding that “I encourage legal citizenship. I encourage Hispanics and I encourage people from all over,” he said to applause and whistles.
“But what I don’t encourage is people coming into our country illegally,” he added. “These people wreak havoc.”
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