President Donald Trump has been involved in an extraordinary exchange with a CNN reporter at a press conference, the day after the USA midterm elections saw his chances of advancing his legislative agenda hampered.
Acosta tried to explain why he thinks the caravan was not an invasion to which Trump responded: "Thank you for telling me that information".
As the hour-long Q and A trundled on, at one point Trump yelled at reporters to "sit down" and regularly barked down reporters with phrases like: "Excuse me, you were not called on".
NBC's Peter Alexander defended Acosta, saying he is a diligent reporter, but Trump told Alexander he wasn't a fan of his, either. "You are a rude, awful person", the president told Acosta.
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After some more back and forth, Acosta noted that the caravan is still hundreds of miles away from the US. You are a rude, awful person.'14. "And if you did it well, your ratings would be much better". Trump seemed "depressed" at the presser and the whole thing seemed like a "pity party", according to Acosta. "You shouldn't be working for CNN", Trump told Acosta.
Ryan said she was "taken aback" by the president's calling Alcindor's question racist. Do you think they were actors?
"It was quite a chaotic and extraordinary news conference and when you cut away all the other stuff, there was a clear message coming from the president". Acosta asked, even though Trump had already answered that question.
Trump has always been frustrated with Sessions over his recusal from the Russian Federation investigation. "You shouldn't treat people that way", Trump continued. I also love the world, and I don't mind helping the world, but we have to straighten out our country first. Alcindor, who is black, asked whether Trump thought his declaration during the campaign that he's a "nationalist" had emboldened white supremacists who call themselves "white nationalists".