Cooper offered no pushback on Acosta's blatant lie. Sign up now for the daily dose of sunlight you need to disinfect the media's lies.
"I think he embarrassed himself", he said.
Trump leaned into the microphone and said, "Here we go"? seemingly relishing the confrontation. "Because we have hundreds of companies moving in".
You and I disagree on this, ' Trump said.
Acosta: "Why did you characterise it as such?" "You and I have a difference of opinion".
"No, not at all".
The pair began sparring after Acosta asked Mr Trump about the caravan of migrants heading from Latin America to the southern U.S. border.
Matt Dornic, a vice-president at CNN, said: "Absolutely shameful, @PressSec".
"They're actually not, because part of me will say this to everybody, I don't know how long I could be a nice person if I got my face yelled at constantly that I was fake and a liar and a awful person", Goldberg countered. You shouldn't be working for CNN.
Acosta asked Trump why the caravan of migrants was emphasized as an issue in the just-concluded midterm races, and he questioned Trump's reference to the caravan as an invasion.
- Rafael Shimunov (@rafaelshimunov) November 8, 2018Correction: the white house --uploaded a doctored video-- there is no evidence that they are the source of the doctored video. "Secret Service just informed me I can not enter the grounds for my 8 pm hit", Acosta tweeted Wednesday evening.
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"Jim Acosta strikes me as a showboat who would like to attention more than he'd like to get answers to questions", Wallace said. "While President Trump has made it clear he does not respect a free press, he has a sworn obligation to protect it", CNN added.
During the exchange, a White House intern attempted to take a microphone away from Acosta; the White House is classifying his efforts to stop her from doing so as "placing his hands on a young woman".
Acosta is CNN's chief White House correspondent.
In the wake of the results, Trump held a 90-minute press conference marked by hostility. "It is also completely disrespectful to the reporter's colleagues not to allow them an opportunity to ask a question".
Press Secretary Sarah Sanders announced the decision hours after the news network's Jim Acosta sparred with Trump during a raucous to-and-fro.
Soon after, he shared a video of a Secret Service agent confiscating his White House press credentials.
Sanders confirmed Acosta's claim and the White House Correspondents' Association - of which Fox News is a member - quickly released its own statement condemning the decision to revoke Acosta's credential.
Trump also accused Acosta of treating Press Secretary Sarah Sanders in a way that was "awful". A White House intern eventually moved to take away Acosta's microphone. "His statement, 'Pardon me, ma'am, ' is not included in the video Sanders shared", Washington Post technology reporter Drew Harwell wrote.
The president had been talking to other reporters and really railing against them.
But then BuzzFeed ended up raining on everyone's "actual fake news" parade.