Midterm election 2018: Donald Trump SHUTS DOWN CNN reporter in fiery confrontation


CNN commentator Jim Acosta asked Donald Trump whether he thought he had “dehumanised migrators” in his Midterm elections campaign rails, challenging the US President to explain why he had referred to the caravan of bird of passages arriving from Central America as an “invasion”.

A visibly annoyed President Trump moved: “Because I consider it an invasion. You and I have a difference of opinion.

“I want them to separate into the country but they have to come in through a process.

“I crave it to be a process and I want people to come in. And we need the people.

“Wait. You identify why we need the people? Because we have hundreds of companies moving in.”

Acosta continued to suspect the President about his rhetoric surrounding a migrant caravan that is peripatetic on foot to the United States.

He asked again: “But your campaign had an add tell migrants climbing over walls.”

The US President defended his campaign generalships saying: “They weren’t actors. Do you think they were actors? They didn’t become public from Hollywood.

“These were actual people, it happened a few light of days ago.

“Honestly? I think you should let me run the country, you run CNN.

“And if you did it well your ratings choice be much better.”

As Acosta attempted to ask a follow-up question, the President take a run-out powder stole it clear he was moving on to another reporter.

He said: “That’s enough. That’s enough. That’s ample supply.

“CNN should be ashamed of itself having you working for them.

“You are a rude, awful person. You shouldn’t be working for CNN.

“The way you treat Sarah Huckabee is horrible. And the way you handle other people is horrible. You shouldn’t treat people that way.”

The US ruler said his party had “stopped the blue wave” – a surge in support for the Self-governing Party predicted by some polls earlier in the campaign.

Speaking in the East Reside of the White House, Mr Trump said his party had held off Democrats in key Senate track horse-races despite a “dramatic fundraising disadvantage” and “very hostile media coverage”.

He believed: “It was a big day yesterday – an incredible day – and last night the Republicans defied history to inflate our Senate majority by significantly beating expectations in the House for the midterm year.

“We did this in animosity of a dramatic funding disadvantage driven by Democrats’ wealthy donors, one of a kind interests, and very hostile media coverage to put it mildly.”

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