White House revokes CNN reporter's press pass after clash with Trump

White House revokes CNN reporter's press pass after clash with Trump

"Honestly, I think you should let me run the country and you run CNN", Mr Trump snapped, adding "and if you did it well, you're ratings would be much better".

Both Sanders and Trump refused to back down amid criticism of their decision.

"That's enough. That's enough ..."

Donald Trump is not backing down from personal attacks on reporters.

Ryan phoned in to CNN to respond to the President's comments. You are a rude, bad person. It was here that Trump unleashed, calling Acosta a rude and bad person, and that CNN should be ashamed that they have him as an employee.

"I watch you a lot".

When an intern attempted to take the microphone away from Acosta, he seemed to push away her arm - an incident that prompted press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders to suspend his press pass.

One of the most lucid responses to the scandal has actually come from Jimmy Kimmel, who had a very succinct solution to the whole thing: fire Sarah Huckabee Sanders. She pointed out that she's done her job for more than two decades.

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Despite the video's veracity being questioned, Sanders on Thursday reiterated that the administration will stand by its decision to revoke Acosta's hard pass.

In reaching this conclusion, Storyful compared the video Sanders tweeted to original footage from USA political broadcaster C-SPAN.

"This conduct is absolutely unacceptable". He asked Trump why he has characterized it as an invasion.

President Donald Trump gets into an exchange with CNN reporter Jim Acosta during a news conference a day after the midterm elections in the East Room of the White House in Washington, on November 7, 2018.

"He does this with everybody". He does this with everybody, he gets paid to do that. As for what the president had to say about Mr. Acosta, Trump said he believes Acosta "is a very unprofessional man". "But it could be others also". The White House News Photographers Association has called the footage "deceptive, dangerous, and unethical", and of course, if true, such a manipulation would be an egregious violation of governmental and journalistic practices. "The way you treat other people is awful!" "But it could be others, also", Trump said as quoted by The Daily Caller.

Trump called Acosta a "rude, bad person" and an "enemy of the people" at Wednesday's post-election question-and-answer session with reporters.

"At every good news organization of which I've been aware over 35 years in and around journalism, it has been a bedrock principle that subjects don't get to choose the reporters who cover them, which includes not getting to veto reporters they don't like", Tofel wrote.

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