Jim Acosta on Hot Mic: “If They’re Not Going to Let Me in the F*cking Meeting, That’s What Happens!” (Video)
Jim Acosta caught on a hot mic after blurting out questions at President Trump during Singapore Summit: “If They’re Not Going to Let Me in the F*cking Meeting, That’s What Happens!”
Ignoring Jim “Stompy Foot” Acosta is the best way to deal with him. Invite more conservative journalists and start and end all pressers with them.
President Trump made history on Tuesday. The US president somehow brought the tyrant of North Korea to the table to sign the most important nuclear agreement in the last 70 years for the Korean people.
Months of hard work and diplomacy reached a climax on Tuesday. The moment will go down in history. Then CNN’s Jim Acosta, the darling of the disruptive left, started blurting out questions at the president whenever the two leaders came into view.
At one point Trump and Kim Jong Un paused on the balcony during their talks. Jim Acosta started blurting out questions whenever the two leaders came stepped out of their meetings — then Acosta was caught in a hot mic moment.
Jim Acosta: Mr President, how is the meeting going so far, sir?… Any progress, Mr. President?… Mr. President, how’s it going so far, sir? What do you think?
President Trump (from balcony with Kim Jong Un): Very, very good.
Jim Acosta: Mr. Kim will you give up your nuclear weapons, sir?
Jim Acosta: (After President Trump and Kim Jong Un exit the balcony) Hey, if they’re not going to let me in the fucking meeting, then that’s what happens.”
Here’s the exchange captured by RT TV:
Jim Acosta caught on a hot mic after blurting out questions at President Trump during Singapore Summit–
“If They’re Not Going to Let Me in the F*cking Meeting, That’s What Happens!”
This slimeball POS needs to be removed from the White House… period!https://t.co/OIxvvcXd8Q
— Thom (@Thom_not_a_bot) June 12, 2018
1) It would appear overgrown manchild Jim Acosta believes that randomly shouting questions at inappropriate moments are his right if he’s not going to be granted access to a confidential one on one meeting where only translators were present.https://t.co/2BNPqpDZOC
— Kyle (@HNIJohnMiller) June 12, 2018