Gay Fox News anchor blasts Trump after White House press conference

Casey Mills
February 17, 2017

This comes alongside news that the Trump White House has extended press credentials to truly ridiculous fringe websites known for publishing freakish hoaxes. They feel entitled to ask a question but the last time I checked, I only see the First Amendment in the U.S. Constitution. Do you see anything wrong with it?

Ever since President Donald Trump won the election on November 8, perhaps no reporter has drawn Trump's ire more than CNN's senior White House correspondent Jim Acosta - the man to whom then President-elect Trump said "You are fake news!".

When even Fox News anchors struggle to defend the actions of a Republican president, you know the world has turned on its head. "No, but the tone is such hatred". "The people deserve this answer, at the very least". He said that Trump's performance might play well among people who voted for him, but "a lot of people are going to say, 'that guy isn't focused on me".

Smith later slammed Trump for deflecting blame onto reporters and attempting to delegitimize negative stories about his administration.

Trump denounced "this Russian connection non-sense" as "merely an attempt to cover-up the many mistakes made in Hillary Clinton's losing campaign".

"That is a constant hit", he told Acosta. The panel is nearly always exclusively anti-Trump.

BuzzFeed News editor Katherine Miller commented on twitter and said that question coming from the conservative reporters were good. I know who is saying it.

'It is insane what we are watching every day, it is absolutely insane, ' Smith said following the 80 minute session with reporters in the East Room of The White House.

Then he lectured: 'But if you were straight, I would be your biggest booster.

In an article headlined, "This Just In From CNN: More Fake News", the veteran White House reporter penned: "I was fully aware that the mainstream media would go into meltdown mode when I was called on first".

He predicted the reporting after the news conference would be negative and falsely claim that he "ranted and raved" at reporters. Take a look at some of your shows in the morning or the evening. That's all I can say.

"Shephard Smith demanded answers from Donald Trump, following POTUS" weird press conference on February 16. However much to Trump's disappointment Jim Acosta from CNN was also present at the conference. They're very - not because they're good, because they hit me also when I do something wrong. I think it should be - I think it would be frankly more interesting.

Of course, we know this wasn't the case.

"Ask Jeff Zucker how he got his job. OK?" And when they change it and make something that should be positive really bad.

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