President Trump Tells Reporter To "Be Quiet" When Asked About Healthcare

President Trump Tells Reporter To "Be Quiet" When Asked About Healthcare

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President Trump loves a good photo op.

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But when a female reporter started asking questions during a photo session with outgoing White House interns on Monday, Trump wasn't having any of it.

Catherine Lucey of the Associated Press drew an eye roll from Trump, and laughter from the interns, when she asked, "Mr. President, should Jeff Sessions resign?"

But when she continued on, asking, "Do you have a message on health care?" Trump couldn't hold his tongue.

"Quiet," he said, looking at Lucey, again eliciting giggles from the group of assembled interns.

In a longer video, Trump claims Lucey broke some sort of "code" by asking questions, remarking to the interns, "They're not supposed to do that, but they're doing it, but they're not supposed to."

"So, she's breaking--you know, you know, she's breaking a code, but they don't care. They don't care about breaking codes," he adds, before thanking the interns.

Twitter didn't care for his admonishment of Lucey:


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