When former Breitbart News reporter Michelle Fields filed a police report alleging that Donald Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski assaulted her after a press conference, Trump has done more than a dozen TV interviews amounting to over two and a half hours of airtime.
And in all that time, not once was he asked about the Fields’ incident.
On top of that, more recent allegations against Lewandowski claiming that he has treated reporters roughly and made “sexually suggestive and at times vulgar comments” to and about female journalists covering the campaign.
Lewandowski has denied the claims, but Trump has not even been asked about them.
Trump’s recent interviews on ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, Fox News, MSNBC and CNN and not one has brought up the Fields/Lewandowski incident.
Trump brought Lewandowski up on stage during his Tuesday night victory speech in Florida, praising him while he berated the reporters in attendance as “disgusting” and “horrible people.” Lewandowski enjoyed the media-bashing while Trump refused to take reporters’ questions, even though the gathering was purportedly a “press conference.”
Maybe when Trump phones into another network, someone could ask him about the charges against his campaign manager?