“…no longer under contract with CNN”
“… answering to the best of his recollection.”
Be careful what you wish for
“If I think somebody is acting out of sorts, I will leave.”
“You’re a very rude person.”
“Secret Service passes for working White House journalists should never be weaponized.”
Everyone’s a winner.
That’s not how any of this works
“Jim Acosta strikes me as a showboat who would like to get attention more than he’d like to get answers to questions.”
“There’s no evidence that the video was deliberately sped up…”
In Acosta v White House … abstain.
“They, too, were his citizens.”
“So what do we do about that?”
This is CNN.
“I think the president has far more supporters who espouse an equally hateful ideology.”
Make the economy great again.
Our roll, CNN?
War of the narratives
“She is gone and will never be seen on NBC live again.”
“…it seems veeery premature to tie this to Trump’s attacks on the media”
“Hey buddy I thought you were an old friend…”
“Congressman, his question was about impeachment.”
Tanned, rested and ready?
“the Tea Party is little more than a weird and disorderly mob”
“It is without a doubt. There’s no other word for it.”
This is CNN
“From Morning Joe to Rachel at night, on CNN, on MSNBC the spear-carriers are there…”
“This is a monumental defining moment this week.”
CNN asks questions … and gets a surprise.
Meanwhile, at CNN: “This deserves a correction.”
“I’m committed to the party of Lincoln and Reagan as long as there’s a chance to reform it.”