Corey Lewandowski, Trump's former campaign chief, said on Boston Herald Radio about Democrats feeling emboldened after midterm wins: "We're starting on the wrong foot".
President Donald Trump sparred with reporters at his post-election news conference Wednesday, ordering several to sit down and calling CNN's Jim Acosta a "rude, terrible" person. The way you treat other people is disgusting.
If the Press Secretary is grabbing her propaganda from InfoWars, the chances of her admitting it seem close to zero.
"I do think that they're trying to shut us down to some extent, inside the White House press corps".
Joy Behar said she seconded a theory saying Trump set up the altercation to distract from more pressing matters, like the co-called caravan and Democrats taking over the House of Representatives.
Sanders "provided fraudulent accusations and cited an incident that never happened", the U.S. cable network said. "We stand by our statement". "This unprecedented decision is a threat to our democracy and the country deserves better", CNN said.
On Thursday, Sanders tweeted a video purportedly backing up her version of the events.
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He reiterated that he was reviewing Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke job as well, following numerous reports of ethical violations. Trump said that he was considering changes to his administration in the aftermath of the election, including to his cabinet.
Shortly afterward, CNN said: "In an explanation, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders lied. You run CNN, and if you did it well, your ratings would be higher", Trump said.
Trump responded: "CNN should be ashamed of itself having you working for them". As I told the officer, I don't blame him.
"Sources with direct knowledge tell Jonathan Swan that since the earliest days of his presidency, Trump has mused about revoking press credentials for reporters who infuriate him", Axios reports.
"The edited video looks authentic: Acosta appeared to swiftly chop down on the arm of an aide as he held onto a microphone while questioning President Trump". But a frame-by-frame comparison with an Associated Press video of the same incident shows that the one tweeted by Sanders appears to have been altered to speed up Acosta's arm movement as he touches the intern's arm, according to Abba Shapiro, an independent video producer who examined the footage at AP's request. One way to examine the situation is to consider how CNN and the New York Times would describe the incident if the reporter was from Fox News and the intern was from the Obama White House.
"When I'm representing the United States, I wouldn't do that", Trump added.
Matt Dornic, the vice president of communications for CNN, went as far as to accuse the White House of doctoring the video.
The White House's treatment of Acosta drew wide rebuke from press freedom and journalism organizations.