Donald Trump has been in the news again.
The president-elect was in New York City to celebrate his election win when he was confronted by a protester who held a sign that read: “I am a threat!”
The president responded: “That is a lie.”
Trump was asked about the protester in an interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos.
He said: “No, I’m not a threat.”
“I am not a danger,” he said.
“I was born with that and it will never change.
It will never go away.
It’s very simple.
I’m the best thing that’s happened to this country in a long time. “
You can call me anything you want, but I will never be a threat.
I’m the best thing that’s happened to this country in a long time.
People are going to love this country, and it’s going to turn the country around.””
It will be a great thing.
People are going to love this country, and it’s going to turn the country around.”
Trump has made a number of controversial comments since his election.
He has called for a border wall and called Mexicans “rapists” and “criminals”.
He has also vowed to deport 11 million undocumented immigrants.
Trump’s comments sparked a Twitter storm, with some calling for the US to suspend all trade with Canada and Mexico.
A number of people also tweeted out a photo of a protester outside the US embassy in Mexico City.
The man held up the sign reading: “Trump is a threat, I am a refugee”.
The man was reportedly a supporter of the Republican party, according to The Associated Press.