Dear America: Should CNN’s Acosta Apologize To Trump For Being A Whiny B-TCH?

Sean Spicer says that Jim Acosta’s behavior was ‘unbecoming, disrespectful, rude and inappropriate’ and that he owes an apology to Trump. Is he right or ridiculous?

Jim Acosta says that Sean Spicer threatened to throw him out if he asked a question.

Spicer remembers it differently.

The phrase, “You are fake news,” will be remembered as one of the main highlights from President-elect Donald Trump’s first press conference since the election.

And how exactly did we arrive at that now-famous phrase? We can thank CNN’s Jim Acosta.

Incoming White House press secretary Sean Spicer joined “Fox and Friends” Thursday to discuss Acosta’s behavior during the news conference, saying it was “unbecoming, disrespectful, rude and inappropriate” for Acosta to continuously beg the president-elect to let him ask a question.
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He explains on Fox and Friends:

Reporters. They love the Twitter machine:

Sean Spicer calls it:

He gave a possible reason why BuzzFeed chose to publish the full dossier:

Ainsley Earhardt makes a great case why it was so rude for Acosta to continue pestering to ask a question — another CNN reporter had already asked one. There were many reporters from many different organizations wanting to ask the President-Elect a question.

Acosta was belligerent and continued to interrupt.

He was bullying to get a question in.


Not even if they’re from CNN.

Trump, of course, tweeted about the ‘Presser’:

And then this one:

That moment when CNN was called ‘Fake News’ is a beautiful moment.

I’m considering thanking Jim Acosta with a fruit basket…

But he really should apologize.

Share if you think that Jim Acosta needs to apologize for being rude to the President-Elect and to the Press Corps

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