Trump blasts media at Pennsylvania rally


He's stating official White House policy.

Republicans have held the seat in a suburban enclave just outside the OH capital of Columbus for three decades, but fear losing it could presage loss of their majority House bloc in the November voting.

Co-host Sunny Hostin argued the president bashes the press because he "doesn't like that the truth is being reported".

CNN's Jim Acosta shared some more video from that Trump rally in Tampa this week where rallygoers heckled him... but some also politely interacted with him. "The president of the United States should not refer to us as enemy of the people".

I don't need to get into here why this is a problem; that's Democracy 101.

"That's a serious moment and a serious place".

The CNN journalist asked Sanders whether the press was indeed the enemy of the people as the president has been insisting, something the press secretary refused to comment on.

"It's not her job to interpret what the president thinks based on her own preconceived notions", Huckabee wrote.

"It is not right, it is not fair, it is not just, it is un-American to come out here and call the press the enemy of the people", Acosta added. "I think we. deserve that". "Forgive me for going on a rant, but I think that they've lost sight of that here at this White House".

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She also said she was offended when she the butt of many jokes made by comedienne Michelle Wolf at the White House Correspondents Association dinner in April.

Among the most freakish findings by Aaron Blake: The media don't think Sanders should be "choked", they just want to "wring" her neck.

Sanders pointed out that President Trump has "made his position known", before the CNN senior White House correspondent interrupted - resulting in Sanders and Acosta talking over each other.

Not that her response was a surprise.

Acosta was shouted down by people yelling things like "CNN sucks!" and "fake news!", but when the cameras weren't rolling, he said some of them actually engaged with him and asked for selfies.

Acosta later took to Twitter to show his disappointment in Sander's stance. Are we to take it, from what you just said, we all get put through the wringer, we all get put in the meat grinder in this town and you're no exception.

"I have politely waited and I even called on you despite the fact you interrupted me while calling on your colleague", Sanders said, while Acosta interrupted her some more. "I share it. I've address this question. He's made statements clear".

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders arrives for the press briefing at the White House in Washington, DC, on August 2, 2018. He was downright exasperated. However, Hannity wasn't the only one to encourage the supporters' harassment-so did the president.

Those reports, Sanders said, caused the terrorist leader to stop using that phone. "Those things go hand in hand". "Certainly we have a role to play, but the media has a role to play for the discourse in this country as well".