CNN's Jim Acosta shot video of the crowd at Trump's Tampa FL, behaving like a mob and threatening the press as the hate that Trump has whipped up looks likely to get someone hurt.
Trump has been trying to ban reporters from covering White House events for months because he didn't like their questions.
Sean Spicer is pitching a talk show, and journalists are refusing to have anything to do with his media bashing lies.
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.”
In an open letter, the staff of the Capital Gazette said that their will never forget those who lost their lives in a mass shooting in their newsroom. They also said that they will never forget the death threats and those who call them the enemy of the people.
CNN's Jim Acosta got the heart of the lack of seriousness in this White House when he went off over Trump hosting Kim Kardashian to talk about prison reform.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders dodged questions about President Trump going after African American athletes while praising NASCAR, again pretending that Trump's actions are about "pride" in our country.
CNN's Jim Acosta confronted White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer at the press briefing and asked him why the cameras are off. Instead of giving an answer, Spicer ignored the question.
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.
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.”
Do we really need more photos posted to FB by Trump guests of the man holding the nuclear football as Trump performs for the camera?
After Trump press secretary Sean Spicer demanded an apology from CNN, the network responded by defending their reporter and making it clear that Trump and his administration aren't going to be able to bully the press.
The mainstream media has proved guilty of two sins - repeating fake news generated by Trump, and failing to report real news about Trump
After Trump had called them "fake news" at his press conference, CNN fired back with a statement challenging Trump to point to the specific inaccuracies in their reporting.
As Trump was ranting about how it was "fake news" that he has connections and may have been compromised by Russia, CNN's Jim Acosta stood up and directly challenged the president-elect's claim that they are fake news. Trump refused to take a question from CNN.
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