President TrumpDonald John TrumpUniversity offering course on ‘Trumpaganda’ Fiancee of missing Saudi journalist appeals to Trump for help Grassley says he wouldn’t consider a Supreme Court nomination in 2020 MORE on Wednesday posted a photograph to his Twitter account that CNN’s Jim Acosta took and posted from exterior the president’s scheduled marketing campaign rally in Erie, Pa.
“Couldn’t let these nice individuals down. They’ve been lined up since final evening – see you quickly Pennsylvania!” Trump tweeted, alongside a photograph of supporters lined up exterior Erie Insurance coverage Area.
Couldn’t let these nice individuals down. They’ve been lined up since final evening – see you quickly Pennsylvania! pic.twitter.com/jSrsmncw85
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 10, 2018
Acosta, a White Home correspondent for CNN, rapidly famous that the photograph gave the impression to be the identical one which he had posted to his Twitter account three hours earlier.
This seems lots just like the pic I tweeted earlier right this moment. (word the girl with the sun shades within the left aspect of the photograph) pic.twitter.com/uRoR2ekWsz
— Jim Acosta (@Acosta) October 10, 2018
The president stated earlier Wednesday that it was a “quandary” whether or not to carry his marketing campaign rally in any respect, given the Class four hurricane bearing down on Florida. Nevertheless, he told reporters he felt it might be unfair to cancel given how many individuals had been ready in line for hours to attend.
Wednesday isn’t the primary time the president has recycled pictures from a White Home reporter on his personal Twitter account.
Final month, after alleging with out proof that China was interfering within the 2018 U.S. election to harm Republicans, Trump repurposed photographs from Bloomberg reporter Jennifer Jacobs of an insert in The Des Moines Register that had been bought by Chinese language media.
Trump tweets the photographs I shot in my automotive in Iowa on Sunday and tweeted.
My photos present the four-page commercial — disguised as a information part — that China paid for within the Des Moines Register criticizing Trump’s commerce strikes. https://t.co/BzgeLuxps2
— Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) September 26, 2018
Trump and the White Home have expressed specific disdain for CNN, incessantly labeling the outlet “faux information” and claiming it’s biased in opposition to him. Acosta has clashed on a number of events with Trump and White Home press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
Throughout a press convention in the UK earlier this 12 months, Acosta tried to ask a query, however Trump declared “CNN is faux information, I do not take questions from CNN.”
The president has, each earlier than and after that press convention, taken questions from Acosta and different CNN reporters.