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‘You’re watching a presidency go off the rails’: CNN’s Acosta unloads on Trump’s ‘strange, surreal’ presser

CNN’s Jim Acosta on Tuesday went off on Donald Trump’s “strange, surreal stunning and baffling” press conference, explaining the world witnessed “a presidency go off the rails.” “The president was trying to have it both ways during this news conference,” Acosta said. “At one point he said he likes...
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