CNN White House reporter Jim Acosta has made a name for himself badgering President Trump. Not at all concerned about bias, Acosta even wrote a book about the president titled “The Enemy of the People: A Dangerous Time to Tell the Truth in America.”
“Neutrality for the sake of neutrality doesn’t serve us in the age of Trump,” he wrote in the book.
But Acosta clearly doesn’t have a problem with neutrality. He’s reveling in Trump’s reported loss in the 2020 presidential election (several news agencies have called the race for Democrat Joe Biden, although the Trump campaign has filed numerous lawsuits contesting the outcome in several key battleground states).
Appearing Friday on “AC360” with host Anderson Cooper, Acosta discussed Trump’s use of social media in which the president disputes election results.
“He’s been tweeting this evening, talking about how he won this state and that state,” said. “We have to pay attention to those tweets now, Anderson, because