Acosta got into a shouting match with Trump during a press conference on Wednesday - and lost his access pass after being accused by the White House of "putting his hands" on an intern who tried to take a microphone away from him.
Speaking to reporters outside the White House on Friday, Trump launched a tirade targeted at Acosta, calling him "unprofessional" and threatening others with having their credentials revoked.
Trump has harshly criticized journalists across the board this week - he called Acosta a "rude, awful person" and said he was not smart, and he also mocked foreign reporters for their accents. To make a long story short, Acosta and Trump got into a tussle over the word "invasion", which the president had used to describe the illegal alien caravan approaching our southern border.
The heated exchange began after Acosta clung to the microphone and persisted with questions about the president's repeated and angry denunciation of a caravan of poor Central American migrants making their way through Mexico to the U.S. border.
"It would be a good thing if you were to state right here, at this briefing, that the press-the people who are gathered in this room right now, doing their jobs every day, asking questions of officials like the ones you brought forward earlier-are not the enemy of the people", Mr. Acosta said in his newscaster's baritone. She gets publicity and then she gets a pay raise.
NABJ President Sarah Glover called them among the "finest reporters covering the White House".
Acosta said in a tweet late on Wednesday he had been denied entry into the White House by the Secret Service.
Trump went on to refer to another reporter, April Ryan, who works for American Urban Radio Networks and CNN, as "a loser" and "very nasty". Its position has been supported by witnesses including Reuters White House correspondent Jeff Mason, who was next to Acosta during the news conference and tweeted that he did not see Acosta place his hands on the White House employee.
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As the reporter continued, Mr Trump declared: "That's enough, put down the mic" and walked away from his own podium, as if leaving.
In between his calls for "respect", Trump called Acosta "unprofessional" and disparaged the reporter's intelligence.
Ryan became a CNN contributor past year.
"What a stupid question that is, what a stupid question".
Conway said Acosta should not have swiped at the White House aide before "grabbing the microphone back".
Trump responded by saying, "What a stupid question", adding, "But I watch you a lot. But it could be others, also", Trump said as quoted by The Daily Caller. "You have to treat the presidency with respect".