“Before I know what’s happening, his hands are on my shoulders and his lips are on my cheek,” she wrote. “My eyes widen. My body freezes. My heart stops.” Her first thought after the incident says a lot: “F—. I hope the cameras didn’t see that. My bosses are never going to take me seriously.”
Ms. Tur details what it was like to be on the receiving end of hatred from Americans while following the Mr. Trump. The soon-to-be President would intentionally focus the rage of his crowds on to the press covering him.
“It is a unique experience to have … a stadium of ten-plus thousand people booing you,” Tur said at the time. “And it’s especially unique when they’re actually saying your name and looking directly at you.”
"What I don’t get are the little old ladies in powder-pink Trump hats calling me a liar. I don’t get the men in hillary sucks—but not like monica T-shirts. I don’t get why protesting a broken political system also means you need to protest the very notion of objective truth."