On Monday, the man at the helm of Donald J. Trump’s 2020 Presidential campaign called out CNN’s Jim Acosta on Twitter.
Brad Parscale, previously the Trump 2016 campaign’s digital media director, tweeted his mind on Jim Acosta, “Maybe it is time for Jim Acosta to get a suspension for breaking protocol. He continues to embarrass himself and @CNN. Pull his credentials for each incident.”
Maybe it is time for Jim Acosta to get a suspension for breaking protocol. He continues to embarrass himself and @CNN. Pull his credentials for each incident. https://t.co/WHC9nlIo75
— Brad Parscale (@parscale) April 2, 2018
The tweet quotes an article from The Daily Caller in which is titled “Jim Acosta Yelled At Trump While He Was Coloring With Children At White House Easter Egg Roll.”
Jim Acosta Yelled At Trump While He Was Coloring With Children At White House Easter Egg Roll https://t.co/9FocYIQzgQ pic.twitter.com/GTRbaeugyK
— The Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) April 2, 2018
Acosta is well known for his petulant outbursts during White House Press Briefings, but this time it was just uncalled for. Let the kids enjoy their Easter without rudely screaming unnecessary questions.
As we previously reported at I Love My Freedom:
When Trump joined Barron and Melania at a table to color, he got rudely scolded over DACA from Mr. Acosta.
“What about the DACA kids?!” Acosta screamed at POTUS. “Should they worry about what’s going to happen to them?”
Here’s Jim Acosta yelling at Trump about DACA while the president colors with Barron, Melania & children gathered at the White House pic.twitter.com/JCPsaREe8A
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) April 2, 2018
CNN has been melting down over the treatment they’ve been getting by the President and Sarah Sanders. Jim Acosta complained Sarah Sanders didn’t take a question from CNN in early March.
Third press briefing in a row that @PressSec did not take a question from CNN. #courage
— Jim Acosta (@Acosta) March 5, 2018
He was then ripped to pieces by Sarah Sanders, “Courage is combat veterans Sgt. Peck and Staff Sgt. Dwyer — the two heroes at the briefing. #itsnotaboutyou.”
Courage isn’t taking “a question from CNN,” Jim. Courage is combat veterans Sgt. Peck and Staff Sgt. Dwyer – the two heroes at the briefing. #itsnotaboutyou https://t.co/kp5rYrtMpt
— Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) March 5, 2018