The incident happened Monday, June 17, when a group of Time staffers visited the Oval Office for a story about Trump’s re-election campaign, according to a transcript posted online this week by the magazine.
During the interview, Trump asked to go off the record several times, including when he showed the group a letter he said North Korean leader Kim Jong-un sent him.
According to the interview transcript, a photographer apparently tried to snap a picture of the document, angering Trump.
“Excuse me — Under Section II — Well, you can go to prison instead, because, if you use, if you use the photograph you took of the letter that I gave you…” he said.
One of the reporters cut Trump off to ask a question, but he quickly turned his attention back to the photographer.