An Atlanta radio host got an interview with Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump ... as long as he didn't ask any policy questions
“They said they wouldn’t take questions about his policy because his policies, they weren’t set in stone,” McCoy told BuzzFeed News.
Before his interview with Trump aired, McCoy said on his program the Trump campaign restricted the interview to non-policy questions and reserved the right to nix any questions they didn’t like.
“It came with some restrictions: I couldn’t ask anything about his current policies,” McCoy said. “And they had the right to x out any questions that I did ask and we got through about three minutes of it.”
Are we surprised by this? Or are we more surprised that Trump didn't try to put these limits on the Republican debates?