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Thursday, November 8, 2018
President Trump DESTROYS CNN's Jim Acosta
- by: TTN Staff
President Trump held a press conference to discuss the results of the midterm elections on Wednesday. During the press conference, President Trump got into a heated exchange with CNN's Jim Acosta. The President did not hold back at all.
According to The Daily Wire:
According to The Daily Wire:
Acosta brought up how Trump had called the caravan an "invasion," to which the president doubled-down and said, "I consider it to be an invasion."
Acosta tried to explain why he thinks the caravan was not an invasion to which Trump responded: "Thank you for telling me that information."
Acosta then falsely implied that Trump tried to demonize immigrants during the election, when, in reality, Trump's campaign message when focused on illegal immigration.
"I think you should let me run the country and let you run CNN, " Trump said. Trump said, blasting Acosta. "You shouldn’t be working for CNN. The way you treat Sarah Huckabee is horrible. And the way you treat other people is horrible. You shouldn’t treat people that way."
Trump has had his differences with CNN and he makes them known to the American public. But this may have been his best exchange with CNN yet.President Trump tells CNN's Jim Acosta to sit down: "When you report fake news, which CNN does a lot, you are the enemy of the people." https://t.co/X38nyefXC9 pic.twitter.com/MDtQITSCqZ— CBS News (@CBSNews) November 7, 2018
The Shameful Election Coverage by Fox News
By D. C. McAllister / PJ Media
“Why can we call the Democrats taking the House this early?” Fox News anchor Bret Baier asked analyst Chris Stirewalt. “Because we’re just that good,” Stirewalt replied with a proud smirk.
That just about sums up Fox’s election coverage of the 2018 midterms. It was a self-indulgent display of self-promotion, bickering, and irresponsibility as the entire House was called before polls in the western part of the country had even closed. One has to wonder how many people were deterred from voting when they heard Republicans had already lost the House.
There was a time when news media covered elections without needing to be the first horse out of the gate with results. Reporters would patiently wait for polls to close, for the numbers to be tallied, and for a clear winner to be tabulated. That changed with exit polling and guesses about whether these reflected what really happened inside the voting booths.
Last night, Fox News jumped the shark. They had a new system they claimed would deliver unprecedented accuracy -- they used voters’ surveys along with the AP’s race results to predict outcomes. With this methodology, they called the House before anyone else -- to the anger of many viewers.
“At your request, I am submitting my resignation,” Sessions wrote to the president Wednesday.
Update from Fox news:
The president tweeted that Matthew Whitaker, who currently serves as chief of staff to Sessions, will become the acting attorney general.
Read entire article here: https://gellerreport.com/2018/11/sessions-resigns.html/
Developing now, Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018
- Authorities in Southern California responded overnight to reports of a mass shooting at a Ventura County nightclub; police say at least 11 people were shot
- Jeff Sessions resigned as U.S. attorney general on Wednesday at President Trump's request. Sessions' chief of staff, Matthew Whitaker, has been named acting attorney general and Democrats are demanding his recusal from the Justice Department's Russia investigation
- President Trump reportedly is considering Janice Rogers Brown, a former federal appeals court judge who served alongside Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, as Sessions' permanent replacement as U.S. attorney general
- Sessions' resignation has sparked new questions about the future of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation
- The White House suspended CNN correspondent Jim Acosta's press access after he had a heated exchange with President Trump during a news conference on Wednesday
- Who were the real winners in the 2018 midterm elections? While Democrats celebrate taking control of the House, some critics argue President Trump has positioned himself for re-election in 2020