Charges filed opposite Trump’s debate chief

Donald Trump: Reporter Made Up That She Was Pushed By My Campaign Manager

March 11 (Reuters) – A contributor for a regressive website Breitbart News filed a rapist censure on Friday opposite Republican presidential choosing front-runner Donald Trump’s debate manager, observant he grabbed her arm during a convene with such force that he left bruises.

A military news expelled on Friday showed that a reporter, Michelle Fields, pronounced she was a plant of battery on Tuesday night during Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida, where Trump spoke after that day’s contests in a competition to commission a party’s claimant for a Nov. 8 presidential election.

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The indictment stirred a flurry of exchanges between Trump’s debate and Fields. The debate manager, Corey Lewandowski, and Trump have denied a accusation. Lewandowski discharged Fields as an “attention seeker” on Twitter.

Fields published her criticism during Breitbart on Thursday of what happened when reporters collected around Trump to ask him additional questions after a press conference.

Fields pronounced she asked Trump about his views on certain action.

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“Trump concurred a question, though before he could answer we was jolted backwards. Someone had grabbed me firmly by a arm and yanked me down. we roughly fell to a ground, though was means to say my balance. Nonetheless, we was shaken,” Fields wrote.

A Trump debate spokeswoman, Hope Hicks, questioned Fields’ story on Friday. Hicks pronounced she had not seen any confront and pronounced no cameras had prisoner a incident.

Fields, who posted a print on Twitter of bruises on her arm, primarily pronounced she did not know who had grabbed her and caused her to stumble.

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Ben Terris, a Washington Post contributor who witnessed a incident, told her Lewandowski had seized her arm. He wrote his possess criticism for his newspaper.

The domestic news site Politico posted a twin of an audio recording of a incident, that enclosed an sell between Terris and Fields.

“Yeah he only threw we down,” Terris pronounced to Fields, who replied, “I can’t trust he only did that. That was so hard. Was that Corey?”

Terris pronounced that it was and after reported that Fields was weeping after a incident.

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In a matter on Friday, Breitbart Chief Executive Officer Larry Solov pronounced Trump’s idea that Fields might have invented a part was contradicted by a evidence.

“Breitbart News stands behind Michelle Fields,” he wrote.

Hours later, however, a website posted a story encountering Terris’ account. The story pronounced that footage from a eventuality showed Trump flanked by dual men: Lewandowski and a confidence central who gimlet some similarity to a debate manager.

“The chairman who done hit with Fields was expected not Trump debate manager Corey Lewandowski,” a news said.

Terris stood by his criticism on Friday. He was quoted in a blog by Washington Post contributor Erik Wemple as saying, “I saw what we saw.” Terris did not immediately respond to an email requesting comment.

Fields and Solov could not immediately be reached for criticism on a censure to police.

Trump’s rallies opposite a United States have been noted by joke and earthy hit between protesters and possibly his supporters or confidence personnel. At a convene in Virginia on Feb. 29, a Time repository photographer perplexing to request a exit of dozens of black protesters was grabbed by a neck and shoved to a belligerent by a U.S. Secret Service agent.

White House orator Josh Earnest also weighed in on a Fields occurrence on Friday, revelation reporters: “There is no forgive or justification for acts of assault opposite reporters who are covering a domestic event.”

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