Constant Narcissism News – CNN Sues White House in Silly Effort to Restore Jim Acosta Hard Pass…

Constant Narcissism News (CNN) has filed a lawsuit against President Trump, Sarah Sanders, John Kelly, Bill Shine and the Secret Service over the White House decision to revoke the ‘hard pass’ of Narcissist News correspondent Jim Acosta.

If rejected, Acosta will likely ride his bicycle in slow circles at the end of the White House driveway while glaring in the windows….

WASHINGTON DC – CNN has filed a lawsuit against President Trump and several of his aides, seeking the immediate restoration of chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta’s access to the White House.

The lawsuit is a response to the White House’s suspension of Acosta’s press pass, known as a Secret Service “hard pass,” last week. The suit alleges that Acosta and CNN’s First and Fifth Amendment rights are being violated by the ban.

The suit was filed in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday morning. It was docketed and assigned to Judge Timothy J. Kelly, a Trump appointee. CNN is seeking a preliminary hearing as soon as possible.

Both CNN and Acosta are plaintiffs in the lawsuit. There are six defendants: Trump, chief of staff John Kelly, press secretary Sarah Sanders, deputy chief of staff for communications Bill Shine, Secret Service director Randolph Alles, and the Secret Service officer who took Acosta’s hard pass away last Wednesday. (read more)

Jim Acosta behaving like: “I will not be ignored, Mr. President”….

Response from the White House:

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336 Responses to Constant Narcissism News – CNN Sues White House in Silly Effort to Restore Jim Acosta Hard Pass…

  1. Dan Dan says:

    😂🤣😂🤣😂😂 So many memes ….

    Liked by 25 people

  2. Roger Frost says:

    Narcissism is a Mental Disease. Drummed into men’s and woman’s hearts and minds by otomiton bewitching drumbeats of nihilism . You could blame people like Frederick Niche and Saul Alinsky. You could blame anyone who is shallow but loves the feeling of power and pride over others for not doing a single thing in return.

    Lacks empathy; is unwilling to recognize or identify with the feelings and needs of others. Lack of empathy is a cornerstone trait of narcissism. … The most difficult thing about having a narcissistic parent or spouse is realizing their inability to love. It is simply a crushing moment.

    Understanding this behavior and why it is so harmful, and sometimes dangerous.

    The last man in the White House of the U.S. Government Mr. Obama was identified with this disease.

    I have seen firsthand how disarming, and eventually harmful, a narcissist can be. Certain traits of the narcissist that don’t really matter so much, like boasting to cover up a fragile sense of self. But the traits that lead them to hurt others do matter, a lot.

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  3. rumpole2 says:

    Trump; “Acosta.. get him outta here. Go home to Mommy, Jim”

    Liked by 13 people

  4. Mr. Morris says:

    Mirror, Mirror on the wall, is Jim Acosta the fairest one of all? Only in the mind of the big headed Jim Acosta and his employer CNN.

    Liked by 2 people

  5. wyntre says:

    Liked by 27 people

    • Peoria Jones says:

      The “Jim F’ing Acosta Show” – isn’t that the one with the bald bouncer guy, where every player is an idiot?

      Liked by 2 people

    • sunnydaze says:

      whoah. Keep going Jim! Maybe you can finally kill that “news network” for once an for all.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Judith says:

      Of course none of these reporters will go on record against The Accoster, because the “news” is carefully controlled propaganda. Not allowed to go off the commie plantation.

      And right on cue the Alphabet media, including FAUX news, all jump into the lawsuit. They should all be countersued for pretending to deliver news when in fact this is a concentrated effort to deceive.

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  6. Right to reply says:

    Acosta displays all the early signs of schizophrenia. I kid you not!

    Liked by 3 people

  7. louche9 says:

    “If rejected, Acosta will likely ride his bicycle in slow circles at the end of the White House driveway while glaring in the windows….” 😄 Brilliant.

    Liked by 18 people

  8. coltlending says:

    “If rejected, Acosta will likely ride his bicycle in slow circles at the end of the White House driveway while glaring in the windows….”

    Funny as he heck, and the perfect observation.

    It so fits.

    Liked by 7 people

  9. Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

    Now that Sarah & the President have decided to remove Acosta from the White House Press Corps I certainly hope he is never allowed back in.
    It was always my belief that Acosta desired to be forcibly removed so he could receive sympathy & praise from his equally worthless co-workers. If anyone thinks he was insufferable before this incident you won’t believe what he will be like if he is allowed back in. Let him get some CNN time slot of his own for the Truly Stupids to watch.
    This Administration cannot afford to show any weakness in the next two years.

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  10. Wayne Robinson says:

    If CNN has , indeed filed a lawsuit against President Trump , then the Whitehouse should pull all of CNN employees passes . Oyr lefal system is “ adversarial” and this emplies warfare . No CNN reps have any businessat White House now .

    Liked by 9 people

    • Rose says:

      Great idea, considering they’re suing Trump the usual MO is to have no contact with someone suing you or make any comments.

      Liked by 2 people

    • SteveT says:

      Acosta’s 1st amendment rights are not an issue. No-one is stopping him from saying whatever he wants, I don’t think the Constitution ever suggested that anyone has to provide a platform for anyone’s speech!
      Given his boorish, rude and disrespectful performance, (not an isolated incident ) I would fully support a permanent ban.
      In addition having seen the CNN report that essentially said – we fully support his right to behave in this manner -, then if that is their position and they truly support his behaviour, maybe there is a case for terminating all their passes and giving them to other organisations who will send reporters who WILL behave in a polite and respectful manner for the comfort and safety of all participants, certainly until some sort of apology is received from CNN and Acosta.
      They all need to know the difference between “rights” and “privileges”.

      SteveT

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      • lilann2012 says:

        Trying to like your comment and wordpress is not playing nice. 1000 likes!

        Liked by 1 person

      • Fake Nametag says:

        Exactly, when do I get a press pass to the CNN building so I can stand in their boardroom whenever I want and tell them how much I think they suck?

        Liked by 2 people

      • fakenoozisforfools says:

        Forget an apology as a way to weasel his way back in. First, it would be an insincere apology, a non-apology apology of which leftists are so very fond. Second, it would set a precedent that anyone else who behaves like a jerk (Oh, hello, April Ryan) and has her pass revoked could simply “apologize” and be allowed to return, worse than ever. The ban has got to be permanent. Actions have consequences. Sometimes they’re forever. This is one of those times. Acosta has nothing special to offer anyone. The White House will be a better place without him stinking up the joint.

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    • cthulhu says:

      That’s what I immediately thought. Press passes to: (1) Jim Acosta, and (2) any organization engaged in litigation against the WH, the Administration, POTUS, or the press representatives thereof — should be null and void.

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    • cthulhu says:

      Incidentally, this “hard pass” gives members of the press special access to one room in the White House. Why shouldn’t the Administration close the room and use it for storage? They could invite anyone at all to a different room and actually do press briefings there.

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  11. andyocoregon says:

    Once again, Sarah summed up the situation perfectly in no-nonsense wording. And notice she dwelled on Abilio Acosta’s bad behavior, not the subject of his questions.

    Liked by 4 people

  12. pnj01 says:

    The judge should throw this out immediately. If he doesn’t, the USA should offer to reinstate Acosta BUT only if Assistant US Attorneys and other executive Agency employees (e.g., Federal Agents) are afforded the right in any courtroom to overspeak or put their hands on any court personnel if they think they were being disrespected or if they disagree with a court’s ruling. So, if a judge tells an AUSA to be quiet or overrules an AUSA’s objection, the AUSA will be entitled to keep arguing the case in front of a Jury so long as the AUSA believes it is in his client’s (the Executive Departments’) interest.

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  13. OmegaManBlue says:

    The president should be able to throw anyone they want out of the White House. If a reporter wants to shout down the President they can do it while the president is outside of the White House just any other citizen can. Also Trump isn’t always going to be president in the future it could be democrat Presidents being shout down. If Acosta wins it reporters should be able to show up at the WH and shout down Democrat Presidents and not be shown the door.

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  14. Rose says:

    Great, now he can explain in a court of law why he man handled a WH Female employee and karate chopped her arm for doing her job. It’s always about him, they think he is the news over there at CNN aka Communist News Network.

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    • Maquis says:

      I want a counter suit of sorts, I want the Accoster charged with assault and battery.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Bill says:

        The accoster should be given the name of “Aide Beater”

        The counter suit should be seeking massive punitive damages, and recovery of costs of defending the ridiculous suit. Gvt. lawyers don’t work for free yaknow. Us taxpayers shouldn’t foot the bill. It could drag on for many months.

        The Aide Beate’s seat should go to a organization that REPORTS the news.

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  15. Liz Caldwell says:

    I personally can overlook his narcissim, it’s his rudeness and his contempt for the presidential office that appalls me.

    Liked by 3 people

  16. mikeyboo says:

    Maybe we could send Jim Acosta to the Saudi Arabian consulate in Turkey. They seem to know how to get rid of an infestation.

    Liked by 7 people

  17. Skippy says:

    My opinion of CNN and their reporters is they reek of anti-republican (especially anti-Trump) bias. Mr. Acosta wore his sword on his chest and as such was the Anti-Press to our Sitting President. His last act was abysmal and Mr. Acosta does not deserve to be re-admitted to WH Press Conferences.

    CNN: Just assign a new reporter to the WH. Ty.

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  18. Drogers says:

    That last WH press conference looked more like PDJT playing a game of Whack-A-Mole as much as anything else. And that’s truly regrettable as the president enjoys interacting w/ the press.

    Acosta is a narcissistic Jerk. He shouldn’t be allowed back in the WH until he’s able to fly onto the WH grounds on the back of a pig.

    Liked by 2 people

  19. RJones says:

    Acosta really ought to just try a simple humble and very public apology.

    Liked by 2 people

    • delighteddeplorable says:

      A reasonably normal, sane person would at least consider doing that. However, narcissists never ever never ever not ever no how no way apologize. Why? Because they are always 1000% correct, no matter what the facts are. A mental illness? Oh yes.

      Liked by 4 people

  20. Dad of Gen Z'rs says:

    The White House should revoke all Hard passes. Make them submit to Secret Service vetting every day/week. Perform thorough background checks before anyone gets a regular pass. See how the rest of the media thank Lil’ Jim.

    Liked by 2 people

  21. jimsung says:

    This is the Internet age. Long, long ago, the WH should have done away with these ridiculous press conferences. This can all be done over video conferencing and the President can simply choose which reporter he wants to ask a question. Better yet, he can have them all ask questions via text and then he can chose which he answers.

    Republicans are wrong for thinking that most Americans get the bias and will dislike a certain network/reporter for it. Confirmation bias. Dems will never see the bias, they’ll just cheer it on.

    There’s zero hope the globalist-leftist media will ever treat any center-right President with respect, so why try to gain it?

    Liked by 1 person

    • G. Combs says:

      “…. This can all be done over video conferencing and the President can simply choose which reporter he wants to ask a question. Better yet, he can have them all ask questions via text and then he can chose which he answers….”
      >>>>>>>>

      I had the honor of being in at a video seminar with Dr Edward Demming, Dr. Joseph Juran, and Philip Crosby and that was exactly how it was done. (I even had my question picked! 😂 )

      Of course the Press corpse would have hissy fits because that does away with the ‘I gottcha’ questions.

      To get around that, once a week allow the Urinal-ists the chance to pick the ten or what ever questions to be answered.

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      • jimsung says:

        Doing things the way I have suggested will completely eliminate the reporter aspect of the equation. This really isn’t about them. We didn’t elect them. We don’t need to see their faces.

        I have enjoyed quite a few of Scott Adams’ periscopes. I can just imagine all of these ridiculous reporter’s questions popping up on the video and Trump ridiculing them and picking the ones he wants to answer! That would only work for Trump. With all of the other Republican presidents, I’d go with a text-in format (which only he/she can see). If one thinks that a dem president would take advantage of that format and never answer a center-right question, well, they already do that!!

        Liked by 2 people

      • T man says:

        Philip Crosby of “Quality is Free” fame?

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  22. Christopher A Wright says:

    Dear diary…

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  23. G. Combs says:

    Acosta and CNN are going to have a bit of a problem because of the “Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act of 2011.” That law plus the requirement for passes makes it clear that access to the President OR anywhere the grounds are secured by the Secret Service is NOT A RIGHT but a privilege. Also not every single news organization in the USA has a hard pass. Therefore the Secret Service can revoke any pass for any reason. As long as the President gives press conferences, and he does frequently, they do not have a leg to stand on or every single news agency that DOES not have a hard pass ALSO has the right to sue.
    >>>>>>

    Paraphrasing:
    Obama signed the “Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act of 2011.” The law updates a law, — Title 18, Chapter 84, Section 1752 of the U.S. Code — already on the books that was signed by then-President Richard Nixon in 1971. The New law makes it a federal crime to trespass on grounds secured by the Secret Service.

    The bill adds two things to previously existing law:

    It specifies that it is unlawful to enter secured areas of the White House and its grounds, or the vice president’s official residence and grounds. Previously, according to the report, the law prohibited unlawful entry to any building or ground, secured by the Secret Service, where the president or vice president is “temporarily” visiting. That forced the Secret Service to rely on a District of Columbia law that “addresses only minor misdemeanor infractions” even if somebody were to breach the White House residence itself.

    The new law revises the standard that prosecutors must meet to gain a conviction, from proving that a violation was committed “willfully and knowingly” to merely proving that it was committed “knowingly.”

    The law “…covers anyone under Secret Service protection, including past presidents of both parties and the Republican presidential and vice presidential nominees.” https://www.factcheck.org/2012/05/obama-criminalize-free-speech/
    (It contains pointers to the various laws and congressional statements.)

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  24. tonyE says:

    So! We can sue whenever we feel like it to get what we want? Maybe I’ll sue the State of California and the IRS over my income taxes! Maybe I’ll sue because I didn’t get a Republican Senator in DC… ( hmmm… it does sound like the Democrats, huh? ).

    The upshot of this is that Acosta’s pass to the White House just went from “temporarily frozen” to “frozen under the deepest sheets of ice in Antarctica”.

    Such entitled fools.

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  25. The Judicial Branch has no authority to order the Executive Branch to allow admission to its exclusive domain, the White House. Just as the President can not order the Speaker to admit someone on the House floor. Separation of powers and all that.

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    • pnj01 says:

      Agreed. If separation of powers is out the window and judges can say what the President must tolerate in his press conferences, then the President should be able to dictate what judges must tolerate from Executive Agency employees in courthouses. So, if Executive employees don’t like a judge’s ruling, they ought to be able to ignore it and keep talking. They should have the same freedom to put their hands on Judicial employees as Acosta apparently did to man-handle that intern.

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  26. kinthenorthwest says:

    Had to share…Dang between the Snipe Cartoon & Acosta cartoons it is getting crazy

    Liked by 6 people

  27. Comrade Mope says:

    No “Filed” stamp means no case number. Signed by a lawyer, that’s all. Wake me up when they get a case number. Until then it is Fake Lawsuit.
    https://www.scribd.com/document/393103464/CNN-lawsuit-against-Trump-over-Jim-Acosta#fullscreen&from_embed

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  28. icestation3 says:

    Oh…so we’re blaming narcissism now. Jim Acosta is only motivated by narcissism. He is not a far-leftist. At no point is ideology driving his actions. Has the political right had a lobotomy? The far-left is literally ripping our civilization to pieces, even to the extent of desperately trying to discredit a conservative America President, and yet the political right is fixated with looking for non-ideological causes for everything. Greed, corruption and now narcissism. OMFG. The act of shutting down conservative voices by individuals fully indoctrinated into the cultural Marxist ideology is happening everywhere. They are literally getting in our faces just like Acosta was doing to Trump. Are these people also motivated by narcissism?

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Perhaps you are taking this a wee bit too seriously.
      There is no doubt that all the “news” media is driven by their own ideology.
      There is also no doubt that Jim Acosta is driven by Acosta’s own narcissism.

      We may choose to be angry, as you seem to have done. We may also choose to laugh at these people, as many of us here have chosen. The worst thing one could do to a narcissist is laugh at them while walking away.

      And please do not take Our Lord’s name in vain, especially with another epitaph attached to it. That angers even people who usually choose to laugh. Thank you.

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      • icestation3 says:

        A perfect lobotomized response.

        ‘There is also no doubt that Jim Acosta is driven by Acosta’s own narcissism.’ You clearly are not taking this far-left ideology stuff seriously… like everyone else on the political right. Of course you would believe that he’s driven by narcissism because you are totally oblivious to the extent that the cultural Marxist ideology has taken over the minds of leftists.

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    • JimmyJack says:

      He’s a Mockingbird agent and practically Brennan’s mouthpiece.

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  29. apfelcobbler says:

    This isn’t about lawsuits, Jim.

    It’s manners.

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  30. Oldretiredguy says:

    How is this CNN temper tantrum different than everything else they’ve done over the past 2 years? They are so far outside of the norm in reporting the news they have to make news themselves to try be relevant. With the number of congressional subpoenas being talked about by the Dimms, White lawyers will be really busy fighting this garbage for several years to come

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  31. Oldretiredguy says:

    Sorry, White House lawyers

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  32. Hey you moron have manners,you Too Rude,😝🤯😫

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  33. Cathy M. says:

    Good thread on this by DC McAllister

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  34. Cathy M. says:

    CNN/Acosta claiming violation of their 5th Amendments rights of due process?

    Did I miss something? Were CNN/Acosta arrested, property taken from him or killed?

    Liked by 2 people

  35. rumpole2 says:

    I think Jim Acosta should be cuffed and deported… but that’s just me.

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  36. aNanyMouse says:

    In support of its case, CNN cites a 1977 precedent, wherein the D.C. circuit court ruled for The Nation’s Robert Sherrill, to get W.H access, despite his prior Record, of his having “PUNCHed the press secretary to Florida Governor C. Farris Bryant” (see https://www.TheAtlantic.com/politics/archive/2018/11/legality-revoking-jim-acostas-Press-Pass/575479/) .

    In light of the substantial danger which Sherrill’s prior conduct posed (to all persons in the Press Conf. room), I’ll quite wager, that the Carter Sec. Svc. urged the W.H. to appeal this ruling to the Supremes.
    However, J.C. wisely(?) backed off, because in ’77, the MSM was at the “WoodStein” height of its prestige. (J. Robards won an Academy Award that year, for his playing B. Bradlee in “All the President’s Men”.)

    This W.H. will be fools, if they shrink from appealing any lower-court defeat stemming from such a crap precedent.

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  37. rumpole2 says:

    COMMON SENSE… suggests to me that The Secret Service can, and should, ban anybody from close proximity to POTUS… for any reason including no reason (revealed)
    Acosta is an angry man who is likely to exhibit angry tantrums. He should NEVER get access to the WH again. CNN would be advised to fire him as well.

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  38. sunnydaze says:

    LOL. She may be right. Way for CNN to draw attention back onto themselves:

    Liked by 5 people

  39. amaezed says:

    A Coster’s real name is Abilio not Jim. He was too ashamed of Abilio and changed it. 🙂

    Liked by 3 people

  40. Ackman420 says:

    CNN and Accosta are getting publicity for dissing our VSGPDJT. They might even win a suit. And if not they’ll send Lemon or some other a s s to do the job. It sucks but There’s no winning side to this for us. President Trump should ignore CNN at all times.
    Alinsky tactics, they are using.

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  41. Newton Love says:

    Remember when the porn prop Stompy McDangles and her Creepy Porn Lawyer Mikedrop Haventgotany lost their case, and had to pay PDJT’s legal fees?

    I hope that the judge over this poorly thought-out case that CNN filed against PDJT does the same, and besides CNN losing, CNN will be forced to pay PDJT’s legal fees.

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  42. Mike diamond says:

    We conservatives should bring a class action law suit against CNN,for being left wing radical activist,instead of real news men and women! It’s a shame to our nation and unfair to the American people,and our President the way CNN shows disrespect ! Jim acosta should be banned for life from the white house press room!!!!! I agree Sundance let jim acosta stay on his bicycle out side the gate!

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  43. stablesort says:

    Jim Acosta and the Contumelious Nattering Nabobs of cable TV.

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  44. Linda K. says:

    Why doesn’t the intern whose arm was pushed down by Mr. Acosta file an assault complaint? I think it would be a fitting reminder to Mr. Acosta that his behavior was boorish and maybe even criminal. I personally hate it when people file “snowflake” claims, but Acosta needs to know his place.

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  45. rozelave says:

    didn’t obama close the White House to all visitors over a temper tantrum?

    why didn’t CNN sue back then?

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    • JimmyJack says:

      Yes. And shut down photographers too instilling a private one who has now published books of those photos which are all pure propaganda pieces. He also posts daily on twitter with them as well.

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  46. dbethd says:

    ” There are six defendants: […] and the Secret Service officer who took Acosta’s hard pass away last Wednesday”

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  47. Elle says:

    John Acosta….such an annoying little yappy dog.

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  48. JimmyJack says:

    I’m loving that OANN is joining in the lawsuit saying Acosta’s inappropriate behavior keeps their station from being able to report news from the President.

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  49. JimmyJack says:

    I hate to see Sarah Sanders go and I hope Potus Trump picks one who is savage and makes them rue the day they were ever nasty to her.

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  50. Acosta is pure Rude and nasty stupid a moron fake journalism,

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