US President Donald Trump was holding a press conference Monday on the new trade deal signed with Canada and Mexico when he accused a women reporter of "not thinking", adding that she "never" thinks. "She's in a state a shock".
Cecilia responds, "I'm not, thank you Mr. President".
ABC caught the clip below, which opens with Trump taking a question from Vega.
I'm not, thank you, Mr. President.
"I'm sorry?" the reporter asked, and Trump ignored her, simply saying "Go ahead".
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When the president called upon Vega, he suggested she was "shocked" to have been picked for a question.
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The comment came during a Monday morning press conference, where the president also ranted more generally generally about the media - a group of people he has consistently cast in an adversarial light. "You never do", the president fired back.
At the moment, his comment visibly took Vega by surprise before she asked "excuse me?" and he brushed her off and brusquely told her to continue.
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Trump ultimately addressed reporters' questions about Kavanaugh's drinking, apparently contradicting Kavanaugh's own testimony before Congress by saying that the candidate had spoken about having issues with drinking in college. Can you imagine if I had?
Vega later tweeted about the president's attempts to push her question.
Trump then said, "That's OK. You never do", he said.
Eventually, when asked at the press conference whether the White House is limiting the scope of the Kavanaugh probe, Trump said "whatever" the Senate decides is "OK" with him.
He ignored her and moved on to another reporter's question. I mean, he talked about things that happened when he drinks - this is not a man that said... that he was ideal with respect to alcohol. "It's unfair to him at this point".
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In the White House transcript, the president's audible slight to Vega is edited. "I'd be the world's worst!" "I'd be a mess".