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Corey Lewandowski says he tried to clear the air with Michelle Fields to put the whole incident behind them, “but to this day I’ve never heard from [her].”

“The sum total of my relationship with Ms. Fields was caught on that video tape,” Donald Trump’s campaign manager said in a Fox News Sunday exclusive.

Florida prosecutors announced days ago that they would not be charging Lewandowski with misdemeanor battery, after the Breitbart reporter accused him of grabbing and bruising her arm.

“I have never spoken with Ms. Fields,” Lewandowski told Chris Wallace, adding that he also turned over his phone records to the Palm Beach District Attorney’s office to prove that he called her to talk about the allegation.

Fields has denied that he called her, and said she is considering a civil suit.

In the interest of avoiding unnecessary litigation, would you like to apologize to Fields? Wallace asked.

“I would be happy to have a conversation with her, but to apologize to someone I have never spoken to, and candidly don’t even remember having interaction with, I think it is something that is a little unrealistic right now,” Lewandowski replied.

“This is a person I have never spoken to and I would be happy to have that conversation if we can put this thing behind us.”

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