Donald Trump Viciously Attacks CNN Reporter Jim Acosta

Blanche Robertson
November 7, 2018

President Trump on Wednesday admonished CNN reporter Jim Acosta for "rude" behavior and ordered him to sit down during a heated exchange at the White House.

Trump and Acosta have long have a contentious relationship as the CNN reporter often asks the president questions that seemed created to illicit a reaction from him.

When Acosta started to ask Trump about his comments calling a migrant group marching toward the southern United States border an "invasion", Trump said that's what he still considers it.

Trump moved on to another reporter, but Acosta stood up again and began asking Trump another question.

He said: "That's enough".

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When Alexander asked Trump if he's trying to pit Americans against each other with his rhetoric about Democrats, he retorted "what are you trying to be [Acosta]?" "When you report fake news, which CNN does, a lot, you are the enemy of the people". As a female aide attempts to take the microphone away, Acosta brushes her aside.

As Acosta attempted to ask a follow-up question, the President made it clear he was moving on to another reporter. "You shouldn't be working for CNN". "You shouldn't treat people that way". Sign up now for the daily dose of sunlight you need to disinfect the media's lies.

"You're a very rude person, the way you treat Sarah Huckabee is terrible, and the way you treat other people are disgusting, you shouldn't treat people that way".

Mr. Acosta insisted the migrant caravan was "not an invasion".

"We did this in spite of a dramatic funding disadvantage driven by Democrats' wealthy donors, special interests, and very hostile media coverage to put it mildly". "You shouldn't treat people that way".

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