Many saw yesterdayâ€™s Jim Acosta vs. Stephen Miller confrontation as a glaring example of media bias on the part of CNNâ€™s White House reporter, but one person was very impressed: Jim Acosta:
Jim Acosta: "What you saw unfold in the briefing room is that [Miller] really just couldn't take that kind of heat " https://t.co/b88W2vlhDZ
â€” Axios (@axios) August 3, 2017
Is that so?
NARRATOR: This was not what unfolded https://t.co/SWn5RCECEz
â€” Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) August 3, 2017
No-one saw that except Jim Acosta https://t.co/6RBQM6YdEM
â€” Adam Shaw (@AdamShawNY) August 3, 2017
Jim is the only person on the planet that saw that. https://t.co/rEBSmqRW5A
â€” john jackson (@pvtjokerus) August 3, 2017
No that's not really what everyone saw https://t.co/RKb7cXIqDg
â€” Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) August 3, 2017
No. No it isnâ€™t at all:
What we saw unfold in the briefing room was Miller handing Acosta's ass to him. https://t.co/g3ZsrqYkWV
â€” Populo Iratus (@cmahar3) August 3, 2017
â€” Sheryl ???? (@sav01) August 3, 2017
@Acosta is a bland dish served cold. Miller had Acosta for lunch and Thrush for dessert. Miller sliced both men up w history & facts.
â€” Common Sense (@Paine_1776) August 3, 2017
I saw a Democrat activist pretending to be a journalist.
â€” ClemsonGrl (@liberty_grl) August 3, 2017
Really @Acosta, is that what we witnessed?
Democrats love revisionist history https://t.co/BmgH1uFPHa
â€” Eddie (@eddiecarl4468) August 3, 2017
What I saw was a lying #FakeNews hack get schooled on history, while you cried about poems
â€” american (@americanslavep2) August 3, 2017
Banning cameras from press conferences so journalists don't grandstand should be known as the Acosta Rule. https://t.co/1tYCDCr9hg
â€” Sam Valley (@SamValley) August 3, 2017