President Trump got testy with reporters in the Oval Office Tuesday after a number of questions were asked about domestic political drama while he was with South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
A reporter in the spray asked, “Do you have confidence in Rod Rosenstein?”
“What’s your next question?” Trump responded.
“Excuse me, I have the president of South Korea here, OK? He doesn’t want to hear these questions, if you don’t mind,” Trump added.
Trump also said Tuesday that it would be “very illegal” if his campaign was spied on.
“A lot of people are saying they had spies in my campaign. If they had spies in my campaign, that would be a disgrace to this country. That would be one of the biggest insults that anyone has ever seen, it would be very illegal aside from everything else,” Trump said. (RELATED: Trump: It Would Be ‘Very Illegal’ And ‘A Disgrace To This Country’ If Spies Were In My Campaign)