CNN’s Jim Acosta: Trump Would Need “Out of Body Experience” to Give Unifying Speech on Race

CNN’s Jim Acosta thinks it would effectively be a miracle if Donald Trump were able to deliver a unifying speech. There has been speculation that the President will try to address the nation.

Acosta spoke to CNN’s Anderson Cooper about the possibility of a Trump speech on racial justice. Both men doubted the President could deliver it effectively. read more

Kellyanne Conway Does Not Know What The Word Altered Means

Appearing on Fox News’ Chris Wallace Show Fox News Sunday yesterday, Kellyanne Conway was asked by Wallace about the tape capturing last week’s altercation between a White House intern and Jim Acosta from CNN,  and then circulated by White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and InfoWars claiming the “altered video”  was not altered at all, because it is “done all the time in sports.” read more

Journalists Refuse To Go On Sean Spicer’s New Talk Show

Sean Spicer is pitching a talk show, and journalists are refusing to have anything to do with his media bashing lies.

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When asked on CNN’s Reliable Sources, if Spicer had tried to book him for his show, Jim Acosta said, “Yes, I did get a request for that. We politely turned that down. My sense of it is is that Sean has sort of crossed the line from, you know, being somebody who is a former press secretary to somebody who wants to resurrect his career and go on Fox News and bash CNN. If he’s going to do that, I don’t think we should give him time to do that. If he wants to have a civil exchange, I’m willing to do that, but my feeling up until this point is that he’s just not willing to do that. You know, until that happens, I’m not really willing to go into that kind of situation.” read more

CNN Destroys Trump For Hiding Information And Blacking Out The White House Press Briefing

CNN White House Correspondent Jim Acosta went off on the Trump administration for withholding information from the American people by blacking out the White House daily briefing.

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Acosta accused the White House of not wanting the American people to see and hear their answers to questions, “When we’re asking important questions about where are the tapes, does the president have recordings of his conversations here at the White House? The White House is refusing to answer those questions on camera, or in any kind of fashion where we can record the audio. My guess is because they want their evasive answers not saved for posterity. That is the only conclusion one could draw.” read more