GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush has taken a shot at frontrunner Donald Trump, criticizing Trump for having a reporter escorted out of a press conference for asking a question about immigration out of turn.
Bush said Trump should have shown more respect to Univision anchor Jorge Ramos, who repeatedly attempted to ask Trump about his stance on immigration, but Trump said it wasn’t his turn to ask a question and declined to answer it at the time, having security escort him out despite his protests, according to an NBC News report.
Ramos was later allowed back into the room, and was given a chance to ask his question.
Bush, who is trailing in the polls to Trump, made the comments while at a town hall event in Florida. He continued to slam Trump’s immigration plan as not a truly conservative proposal.