WATCH: President Trump Responds to Acosta Court Ruling: ‘If He Misbehaves, We’ll Throw Him Out’

Don’t get too comfortable, Jim. President Trump responds to a federal court ruling that Jim Acosta gets his White House credentials back.

While speaking with Christopher Wallace, President Trump put Acosta on notice. He said that if he misbehaves in the future again “we’ll throw him out.”

President Trump responds to the return of Jim Acosta

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Per Fox News:

President Trump told Fox News’ Chris Wallace that he will kick CNN White House reporter Jim Acosta out of press conferences if he “misbehaves” going forward after a federal judge temporarily restored his press pass.

Trump sat down with the “Fox News Sunday” host on Friday for a wide-ranging discussion – the first time Wallace has interviewed Trump since he took office. Wallace pointed out that a federal judge ruled earlier Friday that the White House must reinstate Acosta’s press credential.

“Yeah, its fine, I mean it’s not a big deal. What they said, though, is that we have to create rules and regulations for conduct etc. etc. We’re doing that, were going to write them up right now. It’s not a big deal and if he misbehaves, we’ll throw him out or we’ll stop the news conference,” Trump said.

On Sunday the interview with Chris Wallace will be aired on Fox News.

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