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CNN's Jim Acosta denied entry to the White House

White House has interrupted the press of the CNN reporter Jim Acosta Wednesday, hours after he spared President Trump at…

White House has interrupted the press of the CNN reporter Jim Acosta Wednesday, hours after he spared President Trump at a press conference. Acosta published a video on Twitter showing that he was denied entry.

Earlier Wednesday, Acosta had questioned Mr Trump on his rhetoric on the caravan that moved to the US border . Mr Trump got angry at Acosta and tried to move on to another question. A white house intern came to take Acosta’s microphone, but Acosta moved and said “sorry, madam,” and tried to keep asking questions.

Mr. Trump refused to answer and said “shut down the microphone”. After the microphone was transferred to NBC Peter Alexander, Mr Trump continued his tirade against Acosta.

“CNN should be ashamed because you work for them,” said Trump. “You are a rude, terrible person. You should not work for CNN.”

When Alexander said “I think it’s unfair”, Mr. Trump to deal with Acosta and said, “How to treat Sarah Huckabee is terrible. And the way you treat other people is terrible. You should not treat people that way.”

Mr. Trump told Alexander to “move on” when Alexander defended Acosta, Mr. Trump “I’m not a big fan of your either … you’re the” Best. “

Acosta tried to get up and say something, Mr. Trump told him to” sit down. “

” When reporting false news, as CNN does a lot, you’re an enemy of the people, “said Trump.

The White House said it was to suspend Acosta’s hard passport, allowing him to access the White House because it never comes to tolerate a reporter who puts her hands on a young woman just trying to do her job as a White House trainee. “But video recorded on the press release shows that Acosta put her arm on top of her when she tried to remove the microphone from him. It seemed to be an accident since he said, “sorry, madam,” and moved away from her.

Acosta tweeted The White House statement was a “lie.”

CNN issued a statement saying White Ho Use press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders “lied” in her statement.

“This unprecedented decision represents a threat to our democracy and the country deserves better,” says CNN’s statement. “Jim Acosta has our full support.”

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A white house staff reaches for the microphone held by CNN’s Jim Acosta when he asks questions to President Trump during a press conference after Tuesday’s half-time US congressional election at the Washington House, Washington, DC, November 7, 2018.


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