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Sanders Defends Stern Stance in Acosta’s Accosting of Intern

Sarah Sanders has been getting harassed on over the White House’s decision regarding Jim Acosta.

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Yesterday’s early afternoon press conference by President Trump will surely go down in history as one of the nation’s most raw and brazen.

The President took questions from the press for well over an hour yesterday, after moseying through a short, prepared statement on the midterm elections.

At times, the President was combative with the press.  At other times, he was demure and almost a bit dejected.  But he was never not Trump.  He was bombastic and bellowing, letting it be known exactly how he feels about what this nation is coming to.

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During a particularly heated exchange between Trump and CNN’s Jim Acosta, a White House intern was sent to retrieve the microphone from the oft-annoying newsman.  At that point, a struggle for the mic occurred, and the White House took umbrage to Acosta’s handling of the intern, thusly suspending his press credential.

The move was predictably lambasted by the media as yet another example of the President’s contempt for the press, but White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders was quick to defend the maneuver.

This didn’t go over so well on Twitter.

Sarah Sanders has defended the motion, despite the backlash received on Twitter and in the media.

There has been no word yet as to the duration of Acosta’s punishment.

 

 

 

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