Trump Accuses Journalist Of Asking A Racist Questions During Press Conference

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Trump Accuses Journalist Of Asking A Racist Questions During Press Conference

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Well it seems like Donald Trump may not be in a good mood today.

During a press conference on Wednesday Jim Acosta from CNN asked the President to clarify what he meant when he said that the refuges from Honduras were an "impending invasion." After being asked the question Trump became visibly  angry and said, "I think you should let me run the country and you run CNN".

Jim Acosta attempted to continue asking questions but the boiling point for Donald Trump seemed to happen after being asked if he was worried about indictments coming down on him in the Russia Investigation. That's when Trump ordered Jim to put down the mic, walked away from the podium and then aggressively attacked Jim by calling him a rude horrible person. 

NBC's Peter Alexander was called on next to ask a question he then spoke up for Acosta's character, that only seemed to make the President more angry as he told Peter that he was "not a big fan of his either, to be honest".

Becoming more and more agitated Trump continued shutting down journalists. He can be seen barking at April Ryan from the American Urban Radio Networks as she attempted to ask him a question.

That is not all, Trump accused Yamiche Alcindor from PBS News Hour of asking racist questions after she  asked him to explain what he meant when he said that he's "a nationalist".