Donald Trump may be 76 years old, but the real estate mogul-turned-politician is famous for his emotional outbursts when he doesn’t feel he’s getting his way. As a result, he’s been called everything from a “Man-Child” to “The Toddler in Chief” by critics. From storming out of an interview in the 1990s to calling prosecutors nasty names earlier this year, here are Trump’s biggest tantrums ever. 1. His table manners Cassidy Hutchinson, former top aide to ex White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, revealed in a January 6 committee hearing that, “There was ketchup dripping down the wall and a shattered porcelain plate on the floor” after a valet told her that Trump hurled his lunch plate at the wall when he was “extremely angry”. The alleged fit of rage came after attorney general Bill Barr told the Associated Press in December 2020 that there was no widespread voter fraud in the previous month’s election. Hutchinson also noted, “There were several times throughout my tenure with the chief of staff that I was aware of him either throwing dishes or flipping the tablecloth to let all the contents of the table go onto the floor and likely break or go everywhere.” Inside Elon Musk and Donald Trump’s (very) complicated relationship 2. Behaving like The Godfather During an interview with Piers Morgan, Trump appeared to threaten to shut down the conversation when the British journalist asked him about his 2020 election loss. Morgan wrote in a column that Trump was “ very upset” when he found out what was on the agenda for their interview and was “almost foaming at the mouth and kept shaking his head slowly and menacingly at me, like Don Corleone when he felt he’d been disrespected”. Morgan claimed that Trump almost stormed out of the interview, labelling Morgan a “fool”, “very dishonest” and telling the crew to “turn the camera off”. Morgan said he was able to get Trump to sit back down again momentarily by mentioning his recent hole-in-one on the golf course. Trump also cut short an interview with NPR after the journalist mentioned his election loss and walked out on 60 Minutes in October 2020 after complaining that interviewer Leslie Stahl didn’t ask presidential candidate Joe Biden “tough questions”. His walkouts hark back to before his political career too; in 1990 Trump exited a CNN interview when asked about the financial stability of his hotel casinos . In 2003, he left what he thought would be a serious TV interview about business when comedian Sacha Baron Cohen’s Ali G character pitched him an ice cream gloves idea. Who are the richest Trump family members? Net worths, ranked 3. Trump the wheel-grabber According to White House aide Hutchinson, on the day of the January 6 riots at the US Capitol, Trump initially refused to listen to advice from Secret Service agents to return to the White House instead of joining insurrectionists. “I’m the f***ing president, take me up to the Capitol now!” Trump reportedly bellowed to his lead security detail , Bobby Engel. Hutchinson also said she learned that Trump “reached up towards the front of the vehicle to grab at the steering wheel” and “then used his free hand to lunge toward Bobby Engel”. Inside Tiffany Trump’s lavish wedding at Donald’s Mar-a-Lago 4. Nasty name-calling During a rally in Texas in January, Trump lashed out at the prosecutors investigating him for potentially misleading business investors about the success of his Trump Organisation. Reportedly speaking about New York attorney general Letitia James and Manhattan district attorney Alvin Bragg, although he didn’t mention them by name, Trump claimed to the crowd: “There’s never been a witch hunt or a fishing expedition like this, there’s never been anything like it …. This has been going on as long as you’ve known me and it will continue as long as I’m leading in the polls.” Trump is also believed to have taken aim at Fulton County district lawyer Fani Willis, who has been granted a special grand jury to investigate Trump’s attempt to steal the election in the state of Georgia, according to CNN. Trump: These prosecutors are vicious horrible people. They’re racists and they’re very sick. They’re mentally sick. They’re going after me without any of my protections from the Supreme Court or most other courts pic.twitter.com/GQoEnw4LGm — Acyn (@Acyn) January 30, 2022 “If these radical racist vicious prosecutors do anything wrong or illegal I hope we are going to have in this country the biggest protest we have ever had in Washington DC, in New York, in Atlanta, and elsewhere,” he continued in his speech a year after the US Capitol insurrection. Want more stories like this? Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .