Yesterday: Trump and Pence intertwined in this new logo appearing in fundraising email pic.twitter.com/O2imSka40v — Jim Acosta (@Acosta) July 15, 2016 What is the T doing to that P? https://t.co/tDvYm2QJYi — John Dingell (@JohnDingell) July 15, 2016 @JohnDingell I don't know but I'm fairly sure Pence will want to make it illegal. — Tom Davidson […]
Trump and Pence intertwined in this new logo appearing in fundraising email pic.twitter.com/O2imSka40v — Jim Acosta (@Acosta) July 15, 2016
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Throughout the campaign, Trump Tower has been a circus of supporters and protestors, and CNN's Standards and Practices manager was likely very upset about it on Tuesday. During a segment with reporter Jim Acosta about a Trump speechShow More Summary
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When President Obama made his historic visit to Cuba last month, the US media followed. At a joint press conference on March 21 with Cuban president Raúl Castro, Obama called on CNN’s Jim Acosta, who asked the Cuban leader if he would be willing to release political prisoners. A flustered Castro sputtered and demanded a list of those imprisoned. Obama...
CNN's Jim Acosta, reporting on the president's historic visit to Havana, preemptively answered objections that President Barack Obama was not altering his itinerary — remaining in Cuba and continuing on to Argentina — in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium Tuesday morning.
CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta had a tense exchange with Cuban President Raúl Castro on Monday over political prisoners in Cuba. At a press conference, Acosta asked Castro about whether Cuba would release its political prisoners. Show More Summary
From the March 11 edition of CNN's Anderson Cooper 360: JIM ACOSTA (HOST): Stuart, let me start with you, because David Gergen is here, and says he thinks this is the type of thing that could derail the Trump campaign or hurt it. But, you could also make the counter argument, that Donald Trump is running in a Republican primary. Show More Summary
The big takeaway from Donald Trump's press conference tonight was his push for Marco Rubio to get out of the race. But the most interesting part of the night was when CNN's Jim Acosta asked him if was going to take responsibility for...Show More Summary
Donald Trump got a little testy with CNN reporter Jim Acosta after he confronted him at his presser tonight over whether bragging about his "manhood" is presidential.
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CNN projects Hillary Clinton wins the Nevada Caucuses, edging Sen. Bernie Sanders — Jim Acosta (@Acosta) February 20, 2016 The NYTimes has unlocked its Upshot interactive post “Who’s Really Ahead in Nevada?”. As of 5:45pm EST, they’re estimating HRClinton up by 6. Let’s keep it positive, for the moment… Anyone want to write one of […]
AKA Lies. Dear Jim @Acosta: Grassley is lying. He voted to confirm Anthony Kennedy in 1988. Thanks, Jonathan Singer pic.twitter.com/uLdYDrYv5t — Jonathan Singer (@jonathanhsinger) February 14, 2016 Christ, what a grasshole. As to what I think Obama should do (since you’re all dying to know), I think he should announce that he’ll nominate the person […]
This just happened. @PressSec poses with storm troopers pic.twitter.com/IiFnzJVF21 — Jim Acosta (@Acosta) December 18, 2015 President Obama had a lot of important topics to discuss in his final news conference of the year Friday. But there was one overriding matter. "Clearly, this is not the most important event that's taking place in the White […]
In the aftermath of the bloody attacks in Paris, conservatives are hopping mad that President Obama isn't mad enough. During Obama's G20 press conference, an incredulous CNN's Jim Acosta asked, "Why can't we take out these bastards?"...Show More Summary
Earlier this week, CNN’s senior White House correspondent Jim Acosta asked President Obama the following question at a press briefing: "A lot of Americans have this frustration that they see the United States has the greatest military in the world, it has the backing of nearly every other country in the world when it comes to taking on ISIS. Show More Summary
Yesterday, in the midst of his condescending defense of his manifestly failed ISIS strategy, President Obama said something particularly galling. Responding to CNN’s Jim Acosta, who bluntly asked, “Why can’t we take out these bastards?”...Show More Summary
“Why can’t we take out these bastards?” CNN’s Jim Acosta bluntly asked President Obama at a Monday press conference at the Group of 20 summit in Turkey. “These bastards,” of
Jim Acosta, Bill Hemmer: A correspondent and a news anchor who don't make the pages of Mediaite all that much. That's not a criticism, of course, as our stories invariably focus on the opinion side of the cable news house. For those not in the know, Accosta is CNN's Senior White House Correspondent.