He wrote that he was anxious the "hostility" spurred by Trump could eventually result in someone getting hurt. Acosta who has become Trump's punching bag as of late, when it comes his consistent and relentless attacks of America's media, showed no lack of bravery last night.
Rows of metal barriers separate the press from the crowd so they could not reach the reporter.
"Despite his heavy reliance on the media to build his brand, President Trump has attacked the mainstream media repeatedly since the days before he entered the White House", wrote Eugene Scott at the Washington Post. Does the White House support that, or not? 'The successes continue for this president but the coverage continues to be negative.
But Acosta and Trump seem to have a particularly antagonistic relationship. "CNN is fake news".
HUCKABEE SANDERS: I'm sorry, what was the first part of question? I don't take questions from CNN, ' Trump lectured. "Let's go to a real network", he said to the entire world.
'Well, we're a real network too, Mr. President, ' he complained.
Acosta tweeted out video from Trump's rally Tuesday night in Tampa, which showed people shouting "You suck!" and making obscene gestures toward him.
To Acosta's credit, however, he spent time speaking with many Trump supporters, answering questions that they may have had.
"Wolf, just to give you a sense of what's happening right now, you can hear there is a chorus of boos and other chants from this Trump crowd here in Tampa, Florida there, saying things like, 'CNN sucks, ' 'go home, ' and 'fake news, '" Acosta said.
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Back in 2012 Michelle complimented Beyonce as the person she would most like to be if she could be anyone else. Her presence resulted in viral video that time around, too. "Thank you Europe", she captioned the images.
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Asonye also told Ellis that prosecutors expect to rest their case next week, noting that they are "ahead of schedule". He said the term was being used to suggest Manafort was paid by criminals though there was not evidence to prove it.