Trump upset he wasn’t interviewed by police in Lewandowski incident
Donald Trump says he is upset that he wasn’t interviewed with by Florida police in the aftermath of the incident that led to his campaign manager being charged with simple battery.
Trump, in an interview with Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity to air Tuesday night, said he thought it was ‘‘very unjust’’ that ‘‘nobody’’ from law enforcement called him after the early March incident.
A Breitbart News reporter accused Trump’s campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, of grabbing her. Lewandowski turned himself into Jupiter, Florida, police Tuesday.
Trump played up his connections in the Florida town, where he owns a resort, while expressing his puzzlement over the police department’s actions. He suggested that his staffer acted to protect him and vowed not to fire him.
‘‘You know, they’re chopping off heads, they’re drowning people in the Middle East,’’ Trump said. ‘‘We’re going to destroy a man’s life?’’