Univision reporter Jorge Ramos was escorted from a news conference Tuesday afternoon after he started asking presidential candidate Donald Trump questions without being called on.
"Excuse me! Sit down. You weren't called," Trump told Ramos. "Sit down! Sit down."
"You haven't been called," the real estate tycoon added to Ramos who insisted he had a right to ask a question. "Go back to Univision."
Trump said that he didn't object to Ramos asking questions, but noted that he had not been called on and contended it was not polite for him to shout questions at him and interrupt the news conference.
Trump later invited Ramos back into the conference, sparring with him on immigration for several minutes.
During that time, the real estate tycoon said that he had a "bigger heart" than Ramos when it comes to immigration. He also insisted that building a wall would not be a problem, contending it's much more difficult to build a skyscraper.
Update, 7:40 p.m. ET: It appears Trump has reached out to Ramos for a possible sit-down interview:
Spokesman for Jorge: "We'd love for Mr. Trump to sit down for an in-depth interview with Jorge to talk about the specifics of his proposals"— Brian Stelter (@Brian Stelter)1440545419.0
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