FOX News just asked Trump about Jim Acosta’s press pass and he answered with a disturbing threat


President Trump’s feud with CNN reporter Jim Acosta took a dramatic turn this morning when a judge ordered the president to give Acosta his press pass back and made it clear that the White House cannot unilaterally ban the press from covering the president just because they might ask questions that Trump doesn’t want to have to answer.

But our spiteful president has no intention of backing down. He issued a vicious warning to Acosta in his latest interview with FOX News’ Chris Wallace, threatening to have him “thrown out” or simply to cancel the news conference entirely if Acosta “misbehaves.”

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Of course, the first time, all Acosta did was refuse to give up the microphone until he had his question answered, so we can safely assume that the Trump team is going to jump at the first perceived slight and come up with some preposterous excuse to kick him out.

The first time they did it, they doctored a video and then publicly accused Acosta of laying his hands on the White House aide who was dispatched to seize the microphone from him.

It only resulted in a lawsuit from CNN and Acosta against the White House.


The president, who thrives off of animosity and loves nothing more than a good feud, isn’t likely to back off his unholy crusade against the free press and the First Amendment any time soon.

Lord only knows what happens next, but it is of vital importance that we don’t let him dictate what the press can or cannot do.

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Natalie Dickinson

Natalie is a staff writer for the Washington Press. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been freelance blogging and writing for progressive outlets ever since.