CNN reporter Jim Acosta loves nothing more than whining about President Donald Trump every single day. Now, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has finally had enough.

Conservative 101 reported that Sanders humiliated Acosta during a recent press conference.

“Sarah–if I could just ask a second follow-up question…” asked Acosta after already asking one ridiculous question.

“Well because it’s Friday,” responded Sanders.

“It’s Friday, yeah,” said Acosta.

“And you’d probably get really upset, not only that, if I didn’t,” said Sanders.

“Not at all, not at all. You’ve probably seen this tweet it was a tweet that you posted before the election in 2016–‘When you’re attacking FBI agents because you’re under criminal investigation, you’re losing.’ What do you make of that now?” asked Acosta.

“The rank and file FBI are some of the greatest people in this country. We’ve repeated that time and time again, and certainly have the full support of this administration. I think that we’ve been very clear though how we feel about some of the leadership at the FBI, particularly James Comey,” responded Sanders.


Acosta then tried to ask a third question, but Sanders wasn’t having any of it.

“When you go after Comey-” started Acosta.

“I did give you two, Jim,” responded Sanders.

This comes weeks after Daily Mail reporter Francesca Chambers claimed that Trump was shady as she pushed her anti-gun agenda masquerading as a question during Monday’s press briefing. Undeterred, Sanders fired back by saying that Trump made no attempt to hide his lunch with NRA leaders because he openly discussed that meeting during Monday’s governors luncheon.

“Obviously, the president wasn’t trying to keep it under wraps or he wouldn’t have announced it so publicly,” Sanders retorted. “It was a productive conversation. Everybody is in agreement that things need to be done and we have to have some changes take place to do what we can to protect America’s kids. And members of the NRA want to be part of that discussion.”

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