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CNN star Jim Acosta ashamed at the trump rally as the crowd chants, ‘Go home, Jim,”

Maria Rojas, from West Columbia berates CNN Chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta, right, in front of President Trump, the support of the city of Gov. Henry McMaster speaks to the crowd at the airport High School-Monday, June 25, 2018, in West Columbia, S. C. (AP Photo/Richard Shiro)

Supporters of President Trump angry, so to the word CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta in South Carolina Monday, yelled at him to “go home” and dubbing him “fake news, Jim.”

Chants of “Go home, Jim!” broke out among the participants in Trump’s rally at Airport High School in West Columbia, where the President is stumping for Gov. Henry McMaster in the state’s gubernatorial primary.

A crowd, screaming “Go home Jim” and “fake news” before Monday night’s #trump rally in Cayce. #Chsnews pic.twitter.com/NDuNUxWEQK

— Andrew J. Whitaker (@Whitaker Photos) June 25, 2018

A rallygoer, identified as Maria Rojas, personally cronfronted Acosta, told him that he is not the respect of the country.

“I respect the United States, Yes, I do,” Acosta said the woman, in videos posted by ” the Associated Press reporter. Rojas will be seen, showed Acosta, and swatting their arms in his direction and cried: “take him out” of the building.

One last clip of the stock exchange as it complains @Acosta, the attention of the United States. If he answers that he does, she says, “no! Not to respect you!” #SCGov pic.twitter.com/lZhMDKwAED

— Meg Kinnard (@MegKinnardAP) June 25, 2018

Here is a video of a woman called @Acosta. So many went on for several minutes in the crowd cheered her. As someone with my share of Trump, star cruises, it’s over feels like 2016. pic.twitter.com/j0SF2nFDvG

— Meg Kinnard (@MegKinnardAP) June 25, 2018

Acosta is heard, “I have every right to be here, ma’am.”

The reporter later said on CNN that “while we had some people come to us and be very nice this evening, I saw an elderly woman come to me … and said that we at CNN should be the ‘f’ out of this room.”

Maria Rojas led in between CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta to President Trump’s rally in South Carolina on Monday, 25. June 2018.

(AP Photo/Richard Shiro)

“Then she turned to the crowd and whipped them into a frenzy,” said Acosta. “We are here to do our Job and report and report on this rally, and we are not going anywhere.”

After the heated exchange of words, BuzzFeed News Acosta reported posing for pictures with rally participants and the signing of “MAGA hats and McMaster.”

Nicole Darrah cover breaking and trending news for FoxNews.com. Follow her on Twitter @nicoledarrah or send an E-Mail to nicole.darrah@foxnews.com.

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