‘Failing pile of garbage’: BuzzFeed reacts to Donald Trump

‘Failing pile of garbage’: BuzzFeed reacts to Donald Trump

He said that of all of the things that Conway and Trump have said over the last few days he is the most concerned about what the president-elect did to Acosta during the press conference.Advertisement

President-elect Trump scolded media outlets for inaccurate reports of his political adviser’s whereabouts.
A US official says top intelligence officials last week told Trump about an unsubstantiated report that Russian Federation had compromising personal and financial information about him.
The CNN reporter demanded that the president-elect answer his question, after Trump attacked his news organization during the press conference. Don’t be rude. Don’t be rude.
“Since you’re attacking our organization, can you give us a chance to ask a question?” he asked.
Anchor Shepard Smith came to the defense of CNN’s Jim Acosta during his Wednesday afternoon broadcast on Fox News and rebuked President-elect Donald Trump for declining to call on the CNNer at a press conference.
This presidential beef is brought to you by several reports on allegations that Russian Federation has some compromising information on Trump.
The 45-year-old Acosta, a Cuban-American who grew up in Virginia, graduated from James Madison University in 1993.
Donald Trump said that Not you, adding that, “Your organisation is bad!”
BuzzFeed has unveiled a tongue-in-cheek line of merchandise in response to comments made by president-elect Donald Trump, who called the publisher “a failing pile of garbage” at his first press conference since the United States election yesterday (11 January).
The statement is in reference to CNN’s reporting on a dossier from top intelligence officials concerning Russia’s compromising information on Trump’s activity. The people heard applauding Trump in this video as he criticises CNN as “Fake ” are paid Trump staffers, Raw Story reports.
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White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest admitted Thursday that President Obama has at times been frustrated by tough and frequent questions from the media during his time in office. BuzzFeed subsequently published the memos, acknowledging that it had not verified them.

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