White House Suspends CNN’s Jim Acosta Pass; Video Doesn’t Match Its Claims

White House Suspends CNN’s Jim Acosta Pass; Video Doesn’t Match Its Claims

White House Suspends CNN’s Jim Acosta Pass; Video Doesn’t Match Its Claims

Following the news conference, Ms Sanders said: "President Trump believes in a free press and expects and welcomes tough questions of him and his administration".

When another journalist tried to speak up in Acosta's defence, Trump told the second reporter: "I'm not a big fan of yours, either". You are not my enemy.

"I do think they are trying to shut us down to some extent inside the White House Press Core, and to some extent I think they're trying to send a message to our colleagues". The way you treat [White House spokesperson] Sarah Sanders is disgusting.

"(Sanders) provided fraudulent accusations and cited an incident that never happened. The news outlet said Acosta had the network's full support.

- John Leguizamo (@JohnLeguizamo) November 8, 2018 PEN America is suing President Trump for banning certain journalists from covering the White House and threatening to revoke credentials; now he has gone a step further by revoking the press pass of @CNN's @Acosta, in a clear attack on the First Amendment.

Acosta asked Trump why the caravan of migrants was emphasized as an issue in the just-concluded midterm races.

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The White House Correspondents' Association condemned the suspension of Acosta's credentials, saying it should "immediately reverse this weak and misguided action". "I tell you what, CNN should be ashamed of itself having you working for them".

"I consider it to be an invasion", Trump responded. Officials in those countries also said the migrants committed acts of violence against police officers that left many wounded.

Acosta finally relinquished the mic and sat down, but Trump then began to verbally berate him from the lectern.

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The video is below; the microphone grab is at the:18 mark. "That's enough. Put down the mic", he said, stepping away from the podium in apparent frustration.

Acosta said he learned that his access was withdrawn from a text message on his phone. "Put down the mic". You are a very rude person. "You shouldn't be working for CNN".

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Mr Trump interrupted, saying "here we go". She said that "on the campaign trail, you called yourself a nationalist. You shouldn't treat people that way". "You shouldn't treat people that way".

"This conduct is beyond reprehensible", said Sean Hannity on his Fox broadcast Wednesday night.

But his news conference, which stretched close to 90 minutes, quickly turned raucous.

"They are furious this blue wave was a blue tinkle", Levin said.

The president began the wide-ranging press conference with a focus on the election results, but it soon devolved into brazen and shocking media attacks that appeared created to frustrate and enrage the president.

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