"I just want to make sure," my editor asked me as he closed the door to his office. "He definitely grabbed her?"
It had to be the 50th time I'd heard this question, and each time it filled me with unspeakable anxiety.
Yes, he grabbed her. It happened three days earlier, in the chandelier-lit ballroom of Donald Trump's golf club in Jupiter, Florida. Trump had just won the state's primary, and he was celebrating in a ballroom full of Trump-branded products: steaks, water, even a magazine.
After the speech, Michelle Fields, a reporter for Breitbart, approached Trump with a question about affirmative action, when Corey Lewandowski, then Trump's campaign manager, took her by the arm and yanked her from the candidate.
It happened right in front of me.