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Trump Gets Back at NY Times & CNN by Seating Them In Last Row, the Reporters Reactions Are Priceless

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Surprise! NY Times, CNN, and Bloomberg were all forced to sit in the back row with anti-Trump Spanish-language network Univision at the outdoor presser.

The overindulged, entitled “journalists” at CNN and the NY Times are disturbed by their back row placement at a joint press conference in the Rose Garden Friday with President Trump and Romanian president Klaus Iohannis.

According to YC,

The New York Times and CNN (both of whom former FBI Director James Comey confirmed released false stories about FBI investigations during his testimony on Thursday) were seated in the very last row of the conference.

Check it out (per BizPacReview):


CNN reporter Jim Acosta was triggered (as usual).


“This MUST to be a mistake. Don’t you know who I am?” Bleh.

LOL, someone make this guy go sit on the naughty rug. Can’t even get his facts straight.

Per BPR:

The day before, CNN had falsely bleated around the clock that fired FBI director James Comey would testify to Congress that he had never told Trump he was not under FBI investigation.

The next day, when Comey confirmed that he did, in fact, tell Trump that, CNN was forced to admit that it had pushed fake news.

Peter Baker, the White House correspondent for the New York Times, was also seated in the back during the joint press conference.

Comey told the Senate panel that most of the anonymously-sourced reports bloviated nonstop by mainstream media, specifically the New York Times, were “almost entirely wrong.”

It’s to the point of being laughable that these reporters still act surprised when the Trump White House makes life difficult for them.

In case you’ve forgotten, Acosta is the same reporter Trump pointed at during a presser early this year and said “you are fake news.”

Here’s the clip:

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