Out Damned Acosta, O-U-T-!

Posted January 16th, 2018 by Iron Mike

It was a brief meet & greet for the media in the Oval Office,  President Trump was hosting Nursultan Nazarbayev – the President of Kazakhstan – a vital ally in our fight against ISIS and the Taliban, – when CNN’s Jim Acosta – (their designated prick) kept asking immigration questions – to embarrass Trump.

Brief video below the fold.

Please note both Kazakhstan’s strategic location,  and it’s SIZE – compared to Europe.

Frankly, Acosta should register as a lobbyist for a foreign power.

7 Responses to “Out Damned Acosta, O-U-T-!”

  1. Walter Knight

    “Out.”

    Acosta should no longer be allowed anywhere near the White House because of his disruptive and rude tactics.

  2. John "Ben" Beninati

    I have watched Acosta at the briefings and he is rude and obnoxious.
    He should be banned. All he is trying to do is make the president look bad.

  3. Hawk1776

    Acosta is an ass****. Why he still has White House access is a mystery to me.

    I watched in disbelief the press conference with Trump’s doctor yesterday. It was both hilarious and frightening. The press did everything it could to make the doctor say Trump was unfit for office. I think the White House Press Corps should be dissolved, at least for a while. They are nothing more than Democratic operatives. Take questions online.

  4. Sonny's Mom

    Acosta is really nothing but a troll.

  5. John Pagel

    A press pass doesn’t give you the right to be an asshole.

  6. Panther 6

    Amen to all those comments. This lad Acosta is a flamer and should be barred from the WH.

    Mike: informative comment about Kazakhistan. Did not realize just how big it is. They have been a big help in the War on Terror.

  7. Kojack

    Since the WH Press Core isn’t about news anymore it no longer serves the purpose of getting POTUS’s word out. Time to get rid of it…..PERMANENTLY.

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