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Sanders, Acosta-saving about the media’s relationship with WH
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Press-Secretary Sarah Sanders took their long-running feud with CNN’s Jim Acosta to a new level on Thursday in the White house briefing, blasting the media for personal attacks against you, and accusing the press of the devaluation of the discourse in America.
The spokesman was responding to similar accusations leveled against President Trump. In particular, Acosta Sanders asked to say whether the press is, in fact, the “enemy of the people”, like her boss claims controversial, according to Ivanka Trump Thursday broke up with her father on the statement in a Axios event earlier.
“I think it would be a good thing, if you say, right here, in this briefing, the press … not the enemy of the people. I think that we have earned,” Acosta Sanders said.
Sanders pointed out that the President interrupted Trump’s “his position” in front of the CNN senior White House correspondent – what to see in Sanders and Acosta to talk about each other. From there, Sanders started a point-by-point refutation.
“It’s ironic, Jim, that not only will you and the media to attack the President for his rhetoric, if you can often lower the level of entertainment in this country. Again and again, again and again, the media resorts to personal attacks, with no content other than to cause trouble,” Sanders fired back.
She went on to say, the media attacked her personally “on a number of occasions”, you said specifically the call to rhetoric, broadcast on CNN.
“Including your own network told me to be harassed as a life-long prison sentence. I would have to suffocate. ICE officials are not welcomed in your place of worship,” said Sanders.
Sanders then took on the goal. April at the White house Dinner correspondents, where comedian Michelle Wolf took personal shock to the press-Secretary, during mock your work performance, the Southern part of roots and appearance.
“If I was a guest of the correspondents Association, almost all of them are members, they brought in a comedian to attack on my outer appearance and call me a traitor to my own gender.”
– Sarah Sanders
“If I was a guest of the correspondents Association, which said almost all of them are members, they brought in a comedian to attack on my outer appearance and call me a traitor to my own gender,” Sanders. “As far as I know, I’m the first spokesperson in the history of the United States, the required Secret Service protection.”
Sanders said the media “continue to ratchet up the verbal attack against the President,” noting that the administration has to play a “role”, but the media are also responsible for the discourse in America.
Acosta reminded Sanders that you say, whether or not you believe the media the “enemy of the people.”
“Are we to take it, from what you have just said, we all get through the ringer. We all put in the meat grinder in this town and you’re no exception,” said Acosta. “I’m sorry that this is happening. I wish that didn’t happen. But, for the sake of this room. The people in this room, this democracy, this Land … the President of the United States, you should not refer to ourselves as the enemy of the people … all I want to do, to realize, Sarah, that is.”
Sanders did not respond directly to Acosta in question, but supplemented his hunger for an answer.
“I Appreciate Your Passion. I agree with it. I have dealt with this question. I have addressed my personal feelings, I’m here to speak on behalf of the President. He has made his comments clear,” said Sanders.
Acosta has not Sanders ‘approve’ answer and took to Twitter to Express his feelings.
“I went from the end of the briefing, because I’m totally sad about what just happened. Sarah Sanders was always given a chance again, not to say the press is the enemy, and they would not do it. Shameful,” he wrote.
Brian flood covers the media for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @Brian flood.