Donald Trump having Jorge Ramos escorted out of his press conference on August 25th in Dubuque, Iowa is a first for the Mexican-American journalist. The Univision reporter, who has a trajectory of over thirty years and has covered many presidential elections, stated that he had never been kicked out of an event. 

"Never in my life, anywhere in the world have they kicked me out of a press conference or an interview," Ramos told Univision via satellite following the incident. "This is the first time and it's happening in the U.S. with a presidential candidate." He then asked the question: "If he does this to me, that I'm a U.S. citizen, what can happen with the other undocumented immigrants living here in the U.S. that haven't had my luck?"

The incident happened at the Grand River Center in Iowa, when the Univision reporter failed to yield when the presidential candidate wanted to take a question from a different reporter. "Sit down, you weren't called. Go back to Univision," Trump said as Ramos tried to ask a question that the candidate saw as being out of turn.

The 58-year-old journalist reacted after the mishap, stating that he attended the conference because the business magnate refused to give him an interview. "As a journalist, there's so many questions I have: Why does he want to deport 11 million undocumented immigrants? Why does he want to remove citizenship to those children born in the U.S.? Why does he want to build a wall in the border of Mexico and the U.S.?," he said.

Ramos was later allowed back in the conference after other reporters pressured Trump to let him return to the room. The journalist then proceeded with his questions, but Trump still refused to answer. "I made all the questions and as usual, he was not specific in what he wanted to do with 11 million undocumented immigrants," Ramos said. Watch the complete video below.