His current quarrel with CNN's White House correspondent, Jim Acosta, led to the president, 72, calling a journalist, 47, a "rough, terrible" person as he tried to ask the question.
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In response – as C-SPAN was caught – Trump started: "Here we go."
Then Acosta asked the president to call the caravan for "invasion" negatively characterized by immigrants, to which Trump replied that he wanted them "legally to come".
President Trump to Jim @Acosta: "Let me start the earth and run CNN."
"That's enough, put a microphone, CNN should be tempted because of what you do for them, you're an idle terrible person." pic.twitter.com/GR9TIbKUok
– CSPAN (@cspan) 7 November 2018
Refusing to give up on her microphone, Acosta pressed, questioning the president on Robert Moeller's potential indictments of a special counsel as a result of his Trump campaign trial in 2016.
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Eventually, the White House had to pick up the Microphone from Acate as Trump pulled it.
"CNN should be tempted by what you do for them," he said. "You're a naughty, terrible person. You should not work for CNN."
By publishing a reply to Twitter, CNN has defended Acosta, adding that "The president's constant onslaught has gone too far".
"They are not just dangerous, they are disturbingly non-American." While President Trump clearly said he did not respect the free press, he pledged an obligation to protect him, "he said in a statement. "Free media are vital to democracy, and we stand behind Jim Acos and his colleagues journalists everywhere."
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Then he asked a journalist who was sitting beside a male peer if they were a couple.
The president further outlined the comments that some critics consider to exhibit negative feelings about strangers and people of color.
"I can not understand you," he told a woman with an accent, and when African American counterpart White House Yamiche Alcindor asked him for his link with white nationalism, she told her that she was "racist".