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This may come as a shock, but Donald Trump is not making any apologies for his most recent feud.

On Tuesday night, the controversial Presidential candidate went off on Univision reporter Jorge Ramos, telling him to "sit down" when he tried to ask a question and eventually getting Ramos tossed from the room.

Asked about the incident by Matt Lauer a few hours later, Trump made his stance very clear:

"He was totally out of line last night. I was asking and being asked a question from another reporter. I would have gotten to him very quickly.

"He stood up and started ranting and raving like a madman, and frankly, he was out of line. Most people… said I handled it very well. He was totally, absolutely out of line." 

Trump also re-Tweeted a follower who referred to Megyn Kelly as a bimbo this week, defending his attack on the Fox News anchor to Lauer thusly:

"I personally am not a fan. I don’t think she does a good job. I don’t think she’s a very good professional. I think frankly the show’s better without her, but that’s up to them and they can do whatever they want.

"I respect Roger Ailes; he can do whatever he wants. I don’t care."

And, finally, Lauer asked Trump whether he considers himself a bully, to which The Donald hilariously replied:

"I’m not a bully. In fact, I think it’s just the opposite way. I’m not a bully. You saw last night. This man just gets up and starts ranting and raving and screaming.

"It was honestly very disrespectful to all the other reporters."