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Trump Scolds CNN's Jim Acosta For Asking About Charlottesville

18 Août 2017

An ice-cold glass of lemonade after a mowing the lawn, sitting down to read a good book, witnessing your favorite team beat a bitter rival, and of course, watching President Trump put the verbal smack-down on CNN "Mr. Fake News" himself, White House correspondent Jim Acosta.

Acosta, shouting his questions after Trump signed an executive order, at first pressed the president on why he didn't initially condemn white supremacist hate groups after the weekend attack in Charlottesville. 'You said on Friday that we'd have a press conference'.

'And why are we not having a press conference today?' Acosta demanded.

"It doesn't bother me at all, but I like real news, not fake news", Trump shot back.

Trump Scolds CNN's Jim Acosta For Asking About Charlottesville
Trump Scolds CNN's Jim Acosta For Asking About Charlottesville

"Can we ask you some more questions then, sir?"

Later Monday, Trump held a brief press spray after signing a memorandum about China's intellectual property practices.

When in doubt, say "fake news"! "Not fake news. You're fake news". Trump failed to call out the white supremacist groups responsible for the unrest, and his "on many sides" comment was criticized for seeming to equate the hate groups with the anti-fascists and Black Lives Matter counter-protesters. "What we saw at the White House yesterday where he came out with that very scripted statement, that was not really the president of the United States deep down inside". "We must rediscover the bonds of love and loyalty that bring us together as Americans".

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Trump Scolds CNN's Jim Acosta For Asking About Charlottesville