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CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta said, to Tell some of his media colleagues, who are now living in fear of the Trump Fans, during a Tuesday interview for his new book, “the enemy of The people: A Dangerous time, the truth in America.”
Acosta, CNN-anti-Trump-star, accused the President of his political rhetoric, over-the-line, to the point of endangerment of journalists.
“We have seen, to Express presidents of both parties, their frustrations with the press, that is absolutely normal,” said Acosta Mediaite.
“An adversarial relationship between the President and the press can be expected. But what we have seen and heard, in the direction of trump on the news media in the last three years, I think, ends up far outside the bounds of acceptable rhetoric comes from someone who is supposedly the leader of the free world.”
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“We have not seen a President again and again to the press to demonize as an” enemy of the people ” in modern presidential history, if at all. What began as a law for the President outside his control. has become, We can see now some of his followers lash out at the press in a way that some of us feel threatened. The public has a right to know that. You will see that in my book.”
Acosta also spoke about the political bias in the press and labeled his version of events, “the truth”, before his book for a second time. He also said, there are certain issues that are black and white and have no room for discussion.
“As a Reporter, we not only deliver the news of the day. We also need the truth to defend. And just because we are pro-said truth means that we are anti-Trump,” he said.
“But as I write in my book, there are two sides to a story, if it is a question of right or wrong. When it comes to white supremacy violence in Charlottesville, for example, it was only one side of the story. There were not very good people on both sides. This is the truth.”
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The interview comes after Acosta said in a new interview that the media was more honest with the American public than the President.
“I’ve never seen, to refer to a concerted effort from every news Organisation, one way or the other for a political issue to damage a particular party or to help others,” he told Publishers Weekly earlier this month.
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He also defended the press with the argument that corrections are issued when errors are made, something he said the President does not do.