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Jim Acosta, Donald Trump, President Trump discussed on Laura Ingraham

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As one great American family. It was funny to look over at the press. So I was sitting to the as you look out from the East Room onto the where the day is there a little. Raise stage, not a stage. They're just a platform. I was sitting to the left. So I was behind the justices like four rose. I kept looking over at the press just. They were it was like election night all over again. They had the hangdog look on their faces. Jim Acosta looks like he swallowed a Volkswagen. Okay. He looked so unhappy, God bless them. They just look miserable all looked miserable. And I'm thinking gosh, the country is optimistic and forward thinking and businesses are starting and we have this incredible unemployment level and America's back China's back on its heels. Finally, we have a president who's willing to take on China. No. The economy's not clapping as a result as they all predicted. These are the most unhappy rabid ideologues. This is the victory lap that they're looking for over here at the White House. It does raise the question. Whether or not the president is trying to go too far with some of this rhetoric. You know, there's talk of a mob rule and so on I mean, Brooke have you have you been to a Trump rally? You do hear rhetoric at at those rallies that would conjure up images of a mob, and so perhaps the president where the mob rule and and mob tactics. Look like because he encourages them himself. Well, that's that begs for the last time a Kosta was at the state was doing a standup right in front of the Trump crowd begs for that. Larry so cost is offset. Well, they're really the mob who is the mob. What did you see over the weekend happening? They lost a supreme court confirmation battle based on lies the American public didn't buy it. Independence revolted against what the Democrats did to this, man. Twenty eight point spread unapproved disapprove among independence on the how the Democrats handled the confirmation hearing devastating for the devastating for the Democrats and a Kosta from CNN as a, oh, you know, the mob is are the people who go to the Trump rallies. Just to give you a sense as to what's happening right now here there is a chorus goes other chance of his crowd here in Tampa, Florida. They're saying things like see it on socks, go, home and fake news. Obviously all of those things are false worst. Staying right here. We're gonna do our job and report on this rally to all our viewers here tonight. Well, the thing is they don't seem to appreciate the fact that at the Trump rallies are people who like Trump. Okay there. There are people like Trump. There are people who feel like they're treated unfairly by the media look down upon it cetera. Jim Acosta have a problem when a mob surrounds, a supreme court holds the most profane disgusting signs up pushes around people who have a make America. Great hat on besieges. Their cars won't let them leave and intersection does he does Atta mob or do you ever talk.

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