Donald Trump had to be shamed by a Washington Post reporter before he ponied up the $1 million he said he had given veterans months ago. Resorting to his usual childish tantrum when forced to do something he didn’t want to do, Trump then called the reporter a “nasty guy.”

The contretemps started like when Trump, stung by accusations that his claim of raising $6 million for the veterans at his January fundraiser was false (a fundraiser he scheduled to avoid a debate moderated by Megyn Kelly), tweeted:

Then the Washington Post’s David Fahrenthold, whose job it is to cover Trump, started digging:

Tuesday evening, Fahrenthold wrote a comprehensive piece covering the long-awaited $1 million donation that Trump was finally forced to give because of the media’s uncovering of his moral lassitude. Fahrenthold wrote:

Almost four months after promising $1 million of his own money to veterans’ causes, Donald Trump moved to fulfill that pledge Monday evening — promising the entire sum to a single charity as he came under intense media scrutiny … As recently as last week, Trump’s campaign manager had insisted that the mogul had already given that money away. But that was false: Trump had not.

The Post reported that Trump finally offered the reputed $1 million to the Marine Corps-Law Enforcement Foundation, although the wife of the chairman said she didn’t know if the money had been transferred.

Here's evidence of what a charlatan Trump is. If Trump is telling the truth about his $10 million worth, donating $1 million for him is the equivalent of someone making $50,000 a year donating $5.

Trump protested that he had waited so long to give the donation because, “You have a lot of vetting to do,” but that was just another Trump blatant lie; the Donald J. Trump Foundation Trump had already given the Marine Corps-Law Enforcement Foundation over $230,000 in donations; and last year the group gave Trump its “Commandant’s Leadership Award” in New York.

On Tuesday, when Fahrenthold asked Trump whether he had finally donated the money because the media had been investigating the issue, Trump snapped, “You know, you’re a nasty guy. You’re really a nasty guy. I gave out millions of dollars that I had no obligation to do.”

Here's evidence of what a charlatan Trump is. If Trump is telling the truth about his $10 million worth, donating $1 million for him is the equivalent of someone making $50,000 a year donating $5.

Want to talk about who's nasty now?