No cameras were allowed in the White House press briefing on Monday, but CNN’s Jim Acosta broke the rules and... The post Very Fake News CNN’s Jim Acosta Breaks Press Briefing ‘No Cameras’ Rule, Takes Picture of Sean Spicer appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
A CNN reporter has argued with White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer over the West Wing’s decision to bar cameras from broadcasting the daily press briefings. Jim Acosta, the White House correspondent for the cable news network, challenged...Show More Summary
White House press secretary Sean Spicer got into a heated exchange Monday with CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta over the administration's lack of televised press briefings. 'Some of these reporters are more interested in their...Show More Summary
At Monday’s audio-only and photos-only White House press briefing, CNN senior White House correspondent Jim Acosta continued to make a fool out of himself, melting down and screaming at press secretary Sean Spicer over the current set-up for briefings. Acosta first interrupted after a female reporter didn’t get her question answered. Show More Summary
"This is the gradual erosion of the expectations of the traditions that have been in place in this city for about a quarter of a century," Acosta said after the briefing.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer's briefing with reporters created fiction on Monday, with CNN's Jim Acosta interrupting President Donald Trump's chief spokesman to demand he explain why television cameras … Click to Continue...
The CNN reporter asked Sean Spicer, ‘Why are the cameras off?’
“There must be collective action or else the stonewalling will continue,” Jim Acosta told HuffPost.
Fox's Ed Henry thinks CNN's Jim Acosta needs to dial things back with his criticisms for the White House's recent string of off-camera press briefings.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Sunday dismissed criticism of the Trump administration's increasing lack of on-camera press briefings. Asked about CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta's criticism of the reduced numberShow More Summary
"You look at the number of questions asked over and over again just so the reporter can get a clip of themselves saying something or yelling at someone."
CNN's Jim Acosta went on a rant Monday accusing the White House of "stonewalling the news media," and the Daily Beast says he's not the only reporter who's ticked at how the White House handles the press. Monday was the second time in recent days that reporters were not allowed...
The hosts of Fox News' Outnumbered today discussed whether on-camera White House press briefings are still necessary, and they even got in some shots at CNN's Jim Acosta for his complaints about yesterday's off-camera, no-audio gagg...
“I’m not sure they’re on the same planet, Anderson.”
CNN’s White House correspondent is getting testy: Make no mistake about what we are all witnessing. This is a WH that is stonewalling the news media. Hiding behind no camera/no audio gaggles — Jim Acosta (@Acosta) June 19, 2017 Call me old fashioned but I think the White House of the United States of America […]
A little over a week before Trump's inauguration, CNN senior White House correspondent Jim Acosta had a featured role during a January presser that at the time was Trump's first in 167 days. Coming the day after CNN had described the existence of a report claiming that Russia had compromising information on Trump, a report...
CNN’s Jim Acosta has had it with “useless” Sean Spicer and the stonewalling from the White House on issues of national importance. Said Acosta this afternoon after attending an off-camera press gaggle at which Sean Spicer (who is ap… Read The post CNN’s Jim Acosta is Fed Up with ‘Useless’ Sean Spicer, White House Press Suppression: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
CNN today has been on a tear against the White House and Sean Spicer over today's off-camera no-audio press gaggle, and it continued with Don Lemon tonight, fresh off talking to Jim Acosta.
CNN’s White House correspondent Jim Acosta did not hold back after being denied the use of camera and audio equipment to record statements by Sean Spicer at a press briefing Monday. According to Mediaite, the reporter hopped on social media to air his frustration, tweeting that the White House should...
CNN correspondent Jim Acosta blasted the White House on Monday for holding an off-camera press conference that news outlets were not permitted to record. 'You know it exists': CNN's Chris Cuomo battles Trump attorney over claim the president...Show More Summary