Publicado: Jue, Noviembre 08, 2018
Global | Por Milagro Delgado

Trump calls reporter 'rude, awful person' at post-election presser

Trump calls reporter 'rude, awful person' at post-election presser

Acosta asked, after informing the president that the caravan was not an invasion but rather "a group of migrants moving up from Central America towards the border with the U.S". "You run CNN", Trump said as a White House aide attempted to physically take the microphone out of Acosta's hands.

"Here we go", Trump said, continually interrupting Acosta as he spoke, finally losing all chill and snapping.

When asked whether the Republican party has supported white nationalists, Trump replied: "It's a very racist question" and called the reporter a "terrible person".

Of course, Trump wasn't exactly silent in the hours leading up to this press conference, either. You shouldn't be working for CNN. "You shouldn't be working for CNN.the way you treat other people is frightful". Acosta asked, even though Trump had already answered that question. Trump said he's not.

Trump's ongoing feud with CNN has seen the president skip over Acosta at press conferences, and has seen the president's supporters boo the reporter at rallies. "I don't know why you'd say that, that's such a racist question", Trump told Alcindor, who happens to be African-American. Trump hissed at Acosta.

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Republican ads publicized a 2010 video of Sinema repeating a comedian's description of Arizona as "the meth lab of democracy". McSally and Sinema spent Election Day trying to drum up every vote possible during last-minute stops at local restaurants.

"If you did it well, your ratings would be much better", Trump snarked.

Trump fired back, using his Twitter feed to call her a "crazed, crying lowlife" and 'that dog'.

Trump also barked at April Ryan, another frequent White House critic, repeatedly telling her to sit down and not speak out of turn.

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. "They are not only risky, they are disturbingly un-American", the network said, voicing its support for Acosta and "journalists everywhere".

Trump says he's been hearing about investigations since he began running for president and refers to it as "investigation fatigue".

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