Trump thanks 'Crazy Jim Acosta' after tweet that Schumer 'caved'

Remigio Civitarese
Gennaio 23, 2018

Residents in cities such as Kodiak were told to get to higher ground after a 7.9 quake struck off the coast early Tuesday morning local time.

President Donald Trump took aim at CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta in an early Tuesday morning tweet.

Trump's tweet also quoted Acosta's recent analysis of Senate Democrats recent decision to shut down the government in a recent CNN segment.

The president mocked Acosta for agreeing that he had prevailed in a government shutdown standoff against Democrats
The president mocked Acosta for agreeing that he had prevailed in a government shutdown standoff against Democrats

Acosta has frequently sparred with White House officials, sometimes talking over officials in press briefings, and has become a favorite target of Trump, who often criticizes the media.

Strzok, who helped lead the investigation into Hillary Clinton's private email server, was removed from the investigation of the Russian meddling investigation of Special Counsel Robert Mueller after reports of the texts, which some Republicans have said show bias against the President from the FBI.

President Donald Trump slurred CNN as "fake news" and attacked one of its reporters by name as news broke about a MI man who was arrested for threatening a mass shooting at the network's headquarters.

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