Acosta persisted. Trump repeated, "That's enough!" and attempted to call on another reporter, all the while becoming more impatient.
"Why did you characterize it as such [an invasion]?"
"Well, I'm not a big fan of yours either, to be honest", Trump responded. On Oprah: 'I don't know if she likes me anymore, but that's okay.'7.
After CNN's Jim Acosta pressed him on why he characterized a caravan of a few thousand Central American asylum seekers hundreds of miles from the USA border as "an invasion", the president erupted. You may have noticed that sentence didn't end in a question.
When the president tries to call on another journalist, Acosta refuses to give up the microphone and asks about special counsel Robert Mueller probe into Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 presidential election. "Honestly, I know you have it written down, that's a racist question".
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"Why did you characterize it as such?"
This is not the first time Acosta has asked controversial questions on air. "I consider it an invasion". You and I have a difference of opinion.
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"Not at all, no".
He moved to another reporter, but Acosta refused to turn over the microphone.
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On Tuesday, the president telephoned Democratic Nancy Pelosi, a conversation that her office said included congratulations and a nod to her pitch for bipartisanship. They are hundreds and hundreds of miles away. "That's not an invasion", Acosta said. The implied question, i.e.
Sparks flew as the President spoke with reporters just hours after American voters went to the polls; telling Acosta, "Let me run the country, and you can run CNN".
At this point, Acosta has had a minute and a half for his "question". A woman tried to pull the mic out of Jim's hands but he didn't allow it and the CNN reporter kept grilling the President even more.
To PBS NewsHour's Yamiche Alcindor, who asked him about white nationalists emboldened by Trump labeling himself a "nationalist", Mr. Trump said he was insulted. "Excuse me, that's enough", as Acosta tried to follow up.
He asked again: "But your campaign had an add showing migrants climbing over walls".
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We got ourselves in front, somehow, I don't know how but when we did I expected us to go on from there. "We were the first ones to it and got it clear".
From the moment Acosta began asking Trump about the migrant caravan heading towards the United States, Trump was visibly angry.