Jim Acosta Just Released Disturbing Announcement After Trump Kicks Him Out

CNN is one of the biggest anti-Trump media outlets in the country, and the President has often had to deal with a lot of issues caused by it’s bias and pro-liberal games.

Perhaps the worst one of all of the “CNN family” is Jim Acosta. The notion that he doesn’t like the President and that he uses every opportunity he has to criticize everything he does, is probably nothing new for you.

However, it looks like Acosta learned his lesson and realized that President Donald Trump is not a man you can mess with easily, and apparently he made a real fuss over it.

Acosta is currently the Chief White House Correspondent for the CNN which probably places him in the best position to do what he loves the most, trash the President. It looks like he literally takes pleasure in inventing false narratives and throwing insults at Trump.

Now, he is doing it again and it seems that he is not happy with the way he was treated at the White House. Apparently people have been giving him a hard time.

But who could blame them? No one can tolerate his rude and ignorant behavior. Most of the time he acts like some spoiled kid, throwing tantrums everywhere.

During an important meeting President Trump had with the President of Kazakhstan,  Nursultan Nazarbayev, Acosta was reportedly persistent in asking more questions, for which he was banned from asking any more of them. That was when it all began.

The CNN news journalist said : “As I attempted to ask questions in Roosevelt Room of Trump, WH press aides shouted in my face to drown out my questions. I have never encountered that before.”

He also added  “What occurred reminded me of something I could see in a different country. Certainly not at the WH. Certainly not in the US.”

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Did Acosta have a real reason to get angry or was it just another tantrum?

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