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Hopefully Jim Acosta will be able to enjoy his long weekend, and perhaps recuperate from where he has had portions of his derrière chewed off today.
What could he possibly have to say that hasn't been said 1,000 times?
Acosta's antics have earned him a Grade A razzing from the Commander in Chief this week.
Dear Diary: Today, Jim Acosta made a joke of himself. Again.
How embarrassing! CNN must be so proud, huh?
As the old adage goes; it's not what you say, it is how you say it.
Let's see if Jim Acosta can behave now that we've written the rules down for him.
CNN seems to think that accosting White House interns is constitutionally protected free speech.
And boom goes the dynamite!
Acosta will be back, but not without a new set of rules from the White House.
Total boss move.
The answer may surprise you.
The media is missing the point here entirely, and the President is ready to prove it to them.
There are some things that you just never think that you're going to see.
CNN is a private company who sells television advertising to make money, and Jim Acosta is the controversial star of their show.
Give it up, already!
CNN just keeps stepping in it, don't they?
Acosta's accosting of a young, female intern will like go down in history as a flashpoint for the corporate media's downfall.
Nicely spoken, Rush.
Sarah Sanders has been getting harassed on over the White House's decision regarding Jim Acosta.
That's gonna leave a mark...
The media's attempts to goad the President were not nearly as subtle as they once were.