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CNN’s Acosta calls for truce after livid Spicer warns he’ll be tossed next time he disrespects Trump

Donald Trump held his first press conference since becoming the President-Elect. He had hoped to talk about his future plans for America, but it turned out to be a lot different than expected.

CNN’s Jim Acosta was getting a little aggressive with the President-Elect. He got progressively louder in an attempt to ask Trump a question. Trump, however, did not call on him.

“Don’t be rude. No, I’m not going to give you a question. You are fake news,” Trump responded, calling on another reporter.

Acosta said that White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer warned him that he would be tossed out if he did that again.

“At one point during this news conference, in the interest of full disclosure … after I asked and I guess demanded that we had a question, Sean Spicer, the incoming press secretary did say to me if I were to do that again, I was going to be thrown out of this press conference,” Acosta said.

Spicer told Lou Dobbs later that Acosta was being inappropriate, rude, and disrespectful. He confirmed that he told Acosta that if he did it again, he would be removed from the press conference.

The office of the President of the United States deserves a certain level of respect. As the President, Donald Trump is due that respect.

Acosta finally got off his high horse and sent this tweet:

Donald Trump, making America great again, one fake news journalist at a time.

After President-Elect Donald Trump‘s press conference dust-up with CNN’s Jim Acosta, Sean Spicer, the incoming President’s Press Secretary said he’ll have Acosta tossed if he tries a stunt like that again.

The brouhaha developed when Acosta loudly attempted to get Trump to answer a question, although the president-elect refused to call on him.

From FC.