The White House corrected its transcript of Monday's press conference after facing claims that it airbrushed an embarrassing moment out of the Rose Garden event by omitting a verbal jab President Trump threw at the second journalist he called on.
ABC's Cecilia Vega and CNN's Kaitlan Collins are two new targets for President Donald Trump. "She's in a state a shock". Cecilia Vega: "I'm not". It was only at the end of the media conference on the trade deal that Trump answered Vega's question.
The transcript issued hours later omitted Vega's word "thinking" and showed Trump saying, 'I know you're not thanking'. Trump appeared to mishear Vega's response when he remarked that she seemed shocked that he picked her to ask a question. "She's like in a state of shock".
After the awkward exchange, Vega began to ask the president whether it was fair to contend he has limited the scope of the FBI investigation into sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
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But Trump said he wouldn't discuss the probe until more questions were asked about the U.S. -Mexico-Canada Agreement ― a revised trade deal among those three countries, and the subject of the news conference.
Trump eventually weighed in on his Supreme Court pick's alleged drunkenness in college and high school, with the president exclaiming that he himself would have been a "mess" had he ever developed a drinking habit. So, where the USA president accused the reporter of "not thinking", it now says "not thanking".
In all, it was the type of performance we've come to expect from Trump: volatile, wide-ranging, unexpected, and filled with the most random asides that leave viewers asking, "Wait, did he really just say that?" Do you have a question on trade? He proceeded to talk over her and cut her off before ultimately calling on another reporter while she was trying to get her question in. "You've had enough", he said. Can you imagine if I had, what a mess I'd be? Trump said. "I'd be the world's worst".