Instead of addressing more important issues at a recent press conference at the White House, President Trump criticized CNN reporter Jim Acosta as well as the entire CNN network. Ever since CNN reported that Russia had information about President Trump, based on a US. Show More Summary
CNN’s Jim Acosta reported Thursday evening that Mike Dubke, founder of conservative communications firm Crossroads Media, has been chosen as President Trump’s new White House communications director. Dubke’s firm, Crossroads Media, has done work for Karl Rove SuperPAC American Crossroads. Show More Summary
If he keeps this up, he might not last at Fox News. “Fox News Anchor Shepard Smith on Thursday defended CNN Reporter Jim Acosta, after he was shut down for asking President Donald Trump questions about Russia during a press conference.... Smith defended Acosta during a segment Thursday, calling him ‘an accomplished reporter, […]
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CNN Senior White House Correspondent Jim Acosta got support in an unlikely quarter today after Donald Trump singled him out for ridicule during Trump’s first news conference without his foreign-dignitary training wheels. Fox News Channel’s...Show More Summary
In a segment that aired this afternoon, Fox News' Shepard Smith called Donald Trump out on his lies at the press conference today, called the entire thing "crazy," demanded answers regarding Russia, defended CNN's Jim Acosta and expressed complete shock...
Shep Smith was not at all pleased with Trump's 76-minute gaslighting session today, and let that be known. While he was mostly angry about how CNN's Jim Acosta was treated, he had words to say about the general tenor of things in the room. "It's crazy what we're watching every day. Show More Summary
President Trump's White House press conference on Thursday was Round Two of his battle with CNN's Jim Acosta. It was supposed to be a presser for...
"What Jim Acosta said on CNN Wednesday is insanely ridiculous."
CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta, who has verbally sparred with President Trump previously, lamented that the liberal media will not be getting their questions in during Trump’s press conference. He said, “The fix is in” when Christian Broadcasting Network got a question in, as well as Townhall, but no liberal media reporter did. CNN […]
After Donald Trump called on Christian Broadcasting Network and Townhall.com this morning in his press conference with Prime Minister Netanyahu, Jim Acosta was...not pleased. "The two questions that were asked or called upon from the...Show More Summary
Goodbye, freedom of the press! It was great knowing you! On Wednesday, during a press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, CNN reporter Jim Acosta tried to ask Donald Trump about a report from The New York Times that accused his team of having talks with Russian intelligence officials a year before the election. [...]
CNN's Jim Acosta lamented Wednesday that President Donald Trump appeared to be intentionally calling on friendly media outlets in order to avoid difficult questions about the controversies clouding over the early days of his administration. Speaking...Show More Summary
President Donald Trump held a joint press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday, but he got through it without answering any questions about his campaign’s reported contacts with Russian intelligence agencies. The reason for this was simple: Trump only called...
"In the last three news conferences, [CNN anchor] Wolf [Blitzer]," Acosta stated. "All of the questions to the American news media have been handled by conservative press, and I think, Wolf, there's no other way to describe it but the fix is in."
"By the way what you just said there that the president asked for Michael Flynn's resignation," the correspondent said. "That is contrary to what we have been told by top officials here at the White House over the last 24 hours."
During today's White House press briefing, Sean Spicer explained just how tough the Trump administration has been on Russia. CNN's Jim Acosta, who deserves applause for not laughing, followed up: "It seems to a lot of Americans, it seems...Show More Summary
Early on in today's press briefing, Sean Spicer said that President Trump has been very tough on Russia. When CNN's Jim Acosta got to ask a question, he asked, "How is that possible?"
General Michael Flynn just submitted his resignation, which Jim Acosta just read on the air. General Keith Kellogg will serve as Acting National Security Advisor until Flynn's successor is named. CNN is reporting that General Petraeus is coming into the White House to meet with Trump tomorrow. Show More Summary
"An effort to lighten the load" of the embattled White House press secretary, Jim Acosta reports.