“Instead Of Asking A Nasty, Snarky Question Like That, You Should Ask A Real Question” – Trump Unloads On #FakeNews Hack Jim Acosta After Gotcha Question (Video)

(Gateway Pundit) – Jim Acosta wanted his name in the news again today.

The CNN hack wasted the American public’s time by asking a horrid, gotcha question at the White House presser today.

On Monday the president was accompanied by Great American industry leaders who praised the administration and vowed to begin manufacturing gowns and medical supplies for our nation’s care givers. It was another wonderful display of American patriotism.

But Jim Acosta had to make it about himself and asked a sick gotcha question about the president’s comments from weeks ago.

Truly Disgusting.

President Trump unloaded on the CNN hack reporter.

President Trump: “It’s why people just don’t want to listen to CNN anymore.. Instead of asking a nasty, snarky question like that, you should ask a real question and other than that, I’m going to go to somebody else.”

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