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President Trump was so bothered by his chief of staff's coughing during an interview in the Oval Office with ABC News that he asked his top aide to leave the room.
Trump was in the middle of answering a question from ABC's George Stephanopoulos about his financial records when he abruptly asked to do another take.
Pres. Trump says he "might" turn over his "financial statement" to Congress.
"I hope they get it, because it's a fantastic financial statement," he tellsin the Oval Office.
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"And let's do that over, he's coughing in the middle of my answer," Trump told Stephanopoulos, referring to his chief of staff Mick Mulvaney.
"I don't like that, you know, I don't like that," Trump continued, referring to Mulvaney's coughing.
"Your chief of staff," Stephanopoulos clarified.
"If you're going to cough, please leave the room. You just can't, you just can't cough. Boy oh boy," Trump said.
The Hill has reached out to the White House for comment.
Trump proceeded to answer Stephanopolous's question by saying he wanted people to see his "financial statement," calling it phenomenal."
Trump added the decision is "not up to me, it's up to lawyers."
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President Trump said Monday that writer E. Jean Carroll was "totally lying" when she recently accused him of raping her during an encounter in a New York department store in the mid-1990s. In an exclusive interview with The Hill, the president vehemently denied the allegations just hours after Carroll detailed the alleged incident during a cable news interview. "I'll say it with great respect: Number one, she's not my type. Number two, it never happened. It never happened, OK?" the president said while seated behind the Resolute Desk in the Oval Office.
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