Published: Fri, November 09, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

USA midterms: Democrats take aim at Donald Trump's business conflicts

USA midterms: Democrats take aim at Donald Trump's business conflicts

Acosta began by challenging Trump's assertion that a caravan of Central American migrants making its way on foot through Mexico to the USA border represented an "invasion".

"I'm not a big fan of yours, either", Trump replied. "It was about his racist ad on the caravan that they were running before the midterms". "You run CNN and if you did it well, your ratings would be much better". Rosenstein has been overseeing the investigation since a year ago, often drawing criticism from Trump and other conservatives, including Whitaker, who have said the probe has gone too far. You released a doctored video - actual fake news.

Wallace appeared on Fox News host Dana Perino's afternoon program where he called Acosta's approach more of an argument than a question. He criticized NBC's Peter Alexander for backing Acosta.

"On the Russian Federation investigation, are you concerned that you may.?"

Around 35-minutes into the meltdown, Trump got into a heated exchange with CNN's Jim Acosta. "That's enough. Put down the mic", Trump said. In the exchange, Trump called Acosta a "rude, bad person" and suggested CNN should fire him.

"I'll tell you what, CNN should be ashamed of itself having you working for them".

'You are a very rude person, ' Trump told him.

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"You are a rude, awful person".

Acosta had been questioning Trump about his claim that a caravan of migrants posed a threat to the USA when the president turned on the journalist.

Ms Sanders commented: "As a result of today's incident, the White House is suspending the hard pass of the reporter involved until further notice". Trump has called the move an "invasion", although the group is nowhere near the USA border.

Trump stepped away from the lectern for a a few seconds before returning to the microphone to take aim at Acosta again.

Conservatives cheered the administration's decision to bounce Acosta, who never misses an opportunity to attack the president. A combination of a reduction in the quality of the video, a slowing-down of the video, and the particular vantage point of the CSPAN video gives the appearance that there was more contact between the reporter and the intern than there probably was.

"As working professionals, members of the news media have an obligation to verify the accuracy of what they report, with loyalty only to their readers, listeners and viewers and not to any political party, affiliation or ideology".

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