Jim Acosta is becoming famous for his over-the-top drama queen meltdowns over President Trump. He had a meltdown at the White House press briefing when he wasn’t allowed to turn on his camera and he had another after President Trump’s WWE tweet. Now he’s pissed over Trump insulting him during a speech in Poland.
“It was not a surprise that the first question he would take from an American reporter and from the friendly news media, friendly reporter who teed up CNN. For the president to go off on CNN about fake news, made this spectacle feel like a fake news conference. This was not an attempt by the president to seek out a question from somebody who was going to challenge him on the issues,” said Acosta. He might as well be describing himself with Obama for the past 8 years.
“A couple of things we want to point out. The president once again said that Barack Obama did nothing from August to November about Russian meddling. That is simply fake news. President Obama talked to Vladimir Putin at a G20 Summit in September about all of this, to say otherwise is fake news,” whined Acosta.
“The other thing that was fake news coming from President Trump was when he said, ‘I keep hearing it’s 17 intelligence agencies that say Russia meddled in the election. I think it’s only three or four,’” said Acosta.
“Where does that number come from? My suspicion is if we go to the administration and ask for this question, I’m not sure we’re going to get an answer. If we get an answer, it will probably be off-camera,” said Acosta. The answer is from the New York Times. The New York Times wrote that all 17 intelligence agencies thought their was interference. Then they updated it and said only 3 of the 17 agencies came to that conclusion. Acosta should do his research. Check out the video below.