CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta discussed President Donald Trump’s admissions to Bob Woodward about downplaying the seriousness of the coronavirus even though he knew the virus was “deadly stuff.”
Monday on CNN’s “Situation Room,” chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta following the White House coronavirus press briefing accused President Donald Trump of “telling one whopper after another” about mail-in voting.
Tuesday on CNN’s “Situation Room,” network White House correspondent Jim Acosta declared President Donald Trump gave giving a “rabbling, unhinged,” campaign rally-like speech in the Rose Garden today.
Wednesday on CNN’s “Situation Room,” guest host Jim Acosta commented on President Donald Trump saying, “I had a mask. I sort of liked the way I looked,” during an interview with Fox Business’ Blake Burman.
On Friday’s broadcast of CNN’s “AC360,” CNN Chief White House Correspondent Jim Acosta stated that comparing President Trump’s rally to the recent protests is “sort of an apples and oranges comparison.” And the White House…
Jim Acosta rushed to take aim at President Donald Trump for accusing Twitter of election interference over their decision to fact-check his tweets.
Wednesday on CNN’s “Situation Room,” network White House reporter Jim Acosta accused President Donald Trump of “really highlighting some of his authoritarian impulses.”
Monday on CNN’s “OutFront,” network White House correspondent Jim Acosta accused President Donald Trump of out-of-control ranting and raving at the coronavirus task force press briefing.
Tuesday on CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360,” network White House correspondent Jim Acosta said at the coronavirus press conference President Donald Trump seemed “scared.”
“If there was no virus in the background, there was nothing to mitigate. If there was a virus there that we didn’t know about, then the answer to your question is probably yes,” Fauci said.
“Instead of asking a nasty, snarky question like that, you should ask a real question,” Trump said to Acosta.
CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta said Wednesday night that President Donald Trump’s address from the Oval Office about the coronavirus pandemic smacked of “xenophobia,” because he referred to the COVID-19 as a “foreign virus.” Acosta…
CNN White House Correspondent Jim Acosta claimed Tuesday night that conservative talk radio pioneer Rush Limbaugh had a “history of making derogatory comments about African-Americans,” without evidence.
CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta recently decried the United States under President Donald Trump as “vicious” and “nasty” and even claimed the country’s condition has caused him to angrily throw empty beer cans at his…
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