Morning Joe had the NY1 reporter on to describe the incident.
SCOTTO: "I was taken aback. I have never — you know, I'm used to people giving me pushback for questions but I was not used to something like that."
"He basically came over to me, as you saw, and said that if I ever do something like that again he would throw me from the balcony and he continued to criticize, saying I really shouldn't have asked that question without giving him notice and that he had only really agreed to talk about the State of the Union address."
"He seemed angrier than I have ever seen a politician talk to a reporter about a question that he or she didn't like."