Published: Mon, May 29, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Lena Vasquez

Trump Likely Helped Gianforte's Special Election Win

Trump Likely Helped Gianforte's Special Election Win

Ben Jacobs, a reporter for the Guardian, asked the Republican candidate a question about the polarizing healthcare bill traveling through the Senate right now; Gianforte responded by "bodyslamming" Jacobs and screaming that he was sick and exhausted of questions.

Saying it was coming from "his heart", Gianforte said that "when you make a mistake, you have to own up to it..." I suppose they could respond in kind and start attacking conservative speakers on college campuses.

"I also want to apologize to the Fox News team that was there, and I'm sorry to each one of you, that we had to go through this", Gianforte said. I should not have treated that reporter that way. He apologized for the confrontation when he declared victory that night.

Gianforte: I'm sick and exhausted of you guys. I am sorry Mr. Gianforte reportedly body-slammed reporter Ben Jones and broke his glasses after becoming enraged at a question about healthcare.

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Republican leaders were largely quiet in the lead-up to poll closures. Democratic candidate Rob Quist is consoled by a supporter after his concession speech after losing Montana's only U.S. House seat to Republican candidate Greg Gianforte at the DoubleTree Hotel, Thursday night, May.

"There is no time where a physical altercation should occur with the press or just between human beings".

Ryan's campaign spokesman congratulated Gianforte early Friday. Mr Ryan spokesman Zack Roday in a statement praised the victor as an "outsider" who "will be a valuable voice in the House Republican Conference".

After winning a special election, Greg Gianfonte is on his way to the US House of Representatives as a Montana Republican.

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A number of Montana newspapers withdrew their endorsement of Gianforte after the incident, but neither that nor the incident affected the outcome. Gianforte had held his party's nominee at an arm's length but during the special election, he embraced the president, welcoming Vice President Mike Pence and Donald Trump Jr. for campaign visits and using the president's "Drain the swamp" catchphrase.

"Republicans nationally have to be very nervous considering how much they spent, how many resources they sent here", Matt McKenna, an adviser to the Quist campaign, told CNN. "Democrats who have won statewide in Montana tend to be moderate, and Quist is no moderate".

New York Magazine cited sources close to KECI's news director, Julie Weindel, who told NBC News, "The person that tweeted [Jacobs] and was allegedly body slammed is a reporter for a politically biased publication".

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