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Making Sense of Donald Trump Questioned by a Jeb Bush 'Plant'

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Hands on hips, eyebrows arched, but a 'plant'?

We in the media can't seem to get enough of Donald Trump, but there was one recent exchange at a bipartisan convention in New Hampshire, that, well, raised a few eyebrows.

One of the most memorable questions that Donald Trump took during the No Labels Problem Solver convention on Monday came from a college student.

"So, maybe I'm wrong, maybe you can prove me wrong," said Lauren Batchelder, a student at St. Anselm College in Manchester. "But I don't think you're a friend to women."

Trump then launched into his defense of why he "cherishes" women - while the woman who asked him the question stands, hands on hips, scowling at the Donald - even arching her eyebrows.

But Kelly McBride of the Poynter Institute for Media Studies says there's way more to this exchange than meets the eye:

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