Leave it to the White House Press secretary Sarah Sanders to set the record straight on CNN blaming President Trump for the pipe bombs sent to key Democrats and to blast Jim Acosta for his snarky questions:
Sanders declines to list which outlets Pres. Trump considers the “enemy of the people”: “I think those individuals probably know who they are.” “Shouldn’t you have the guts, Sarah, to state which outlets, which journalists are the enemy of the people?” CNN’s Jim Acosta asks.
Sanders responds: “I think it’s irresponsible of a news organization like yours to blame responsibility of a pipe bomb that was not sent by the president, not just blame the president, but blame members of his administration for those heinous acts.”
Sanders declines to list which outlets Pres. Trump considers the "enemy of the people": "I think those individuals probably know who they are."
"Shouldn't you have the guts, Sarah, to state which outlets, which journalists are the enemy of the people?" CNN's Jim Acosta asks. pic.twitter.com/DIDblSvznO
— ABC News (@ABC) October 29, 2018
Watch the entire press conference:
Jim Acosta wanted Sarah Sanders to play into his narrative but she stood up to him. Best press secretary ever!
Here’s his answer! Thank you Frank Brown!
Our gutsy President has named which media are ‘the enemy of the people.’
— Bobby Brown (@b2pilgram) October 29, 2018
Sarah Sanders delivers an emotional statement about the tragedy of the synagogue shooting:
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) October 29, 2018
This is one of the hosts talking about President Trump being responsible: They are all piling on but Angel is ridiculously biased:
The entire segment is not a debate but is total propaganda. Very fake news.
And this gem from a reporter on CNN:
“This president has radicalized so many more people than ISIS ever did.” WHAT!? That’s insane!
On CNN, @juliaioffe just said "this president has radicalized so many more people than ISIS ever did.”
— Michael Ahrens (@michael_ahrens) October 29, 2018