President Donald Trump told CNN reporter Jim Acosta to get "out" after he asked him questions regarding his alleged "s**thole countries" remarks (video below). Last month, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders cut Acosta off as he attempted to hijack a press briefing. Trump was hosting President Nursultan Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan at the time. And when it came time for questions from the press, CNN's Jim Acosta had some things to ask. Reagan asked. "Time for Acosta to leave". Did you say that you wanted more people from Norway? "Everywhere. Thank you very much".
ACOSTA: Just the Caucasian or white countries, sir?
This was the tipping point for Trump, who said: "Out".
Acosta has become known for repeatedly interrupting the president and members of his staff and using televised question and answer sessions to deliver lengthy monologues.
"Why do we want all these people from "shithole countries" coming here?" "I have never encountered that before", he wrote.
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"It reminded me of something you might see in less democratic countries", he said. Certainly not at the WH. The president also said that he prefers migrants from Norway, which has far better living standards than the U.S.
Acosta has played a large role in CNN's apparent anti-Trump programming strategy, Fox News reported.
President Trump spends a chunk of each day on the phone, whether it's a White House landline or "Trump One" or 'Trump Two, ' the nicknames his aides have given to his two cell phones.
President Trump and others present during the meeting later denied the claim that the president had used the language suggested by Senator Durbin. He has rejected the notion that he ever "said anything derogatory about Haitians". "When ignorance and bigotry is allied with power it is a risky force in our country". He chose to add a race-themed question next.