Not long ago he said he wanted to physically assault the most powerful man in the world.
CNN’s Jim Acosta conducted the interview. He smirked. More on that down below.
First, check out what’s going down with a radically far-left governor
From NBC News:
The Puerto Rican Legislature gave Gov. Ricardo Rosselló a choice by saying that they’re ready to start impeachment proceedings unless he resigns first.Trending:
The president of Puerto Rico’s House of Representatives, Carlos Méndez Núñez, has called for an extraordinary legislative session to officially begin an impeachment process against Rosselló Thursday afternoon.
The news came on Wednesday after three attorneys, commissioned by Méndez Núñez, unanimously determined there were five offenses, stemming from leaked scandalous chats, that constitute grounds for impeachment.
CNN’s Jim Acosta must still be salty about the shellacking he took at the hands of President Trump during a press conference at the White House a couple of months back.
However, there’s no excuse to smile when the governor of Puerto Rico threatens to punch the commander-in-chief (or anybody, for that matter) in the mouth.
Check this out…
From Daily Wire:
In the interview, which aired on “CNN Right Now With Brianna Keilar,” Rossello said: “If the bully gets close, I’ll punch the bully in the mouth.”
Acosta’s face lit up with a smile immediately after Rossello made the threat.
Acosta asked, “Just like that.”
Rossello replied, “Just like that.“
Puerto Rican Governor Ricardo Rossello threatens to physically attack President Donald Trump: "I'll punch the bully in the mouth"
CNN's Jim Acosta just sits there and smiles. pic.twitter.com/RTiWbak5Y5
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) March 28, 2019
***UPDATE*** 12:59am EST
From Fox News:
Ricardo Rosselló, the embattled governor of Puerto Rico, announced on Wednesday that he will resign on Aug. 2, after more than a week of massive protests calling for his ouster over leaked obscene, misogynistic online chats.