Jim Acosta Shared a New Video From Trump Rally, It Paints a Different Picture

Jim Acosta of CNN shared a video of what he described as a “sad scene” at a Florida rally for President Trump. Now Acosta has shared another video that shows his interactions with Trump supporters. This video paints a very different picture of what went down that evening.

Acosta tweeted, “Taking selfies with Trump supporters in Tampa. Really enjoyed talking to some of the folks at the rally and hearing their concerns. As I told many of them.. we can’t do the news just for the Republicans and Trump supporters. We have to do the news for all Americans.”

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You can see Acosta taking selfies and having friendly chats with people in MAGA hats. He even tried one person’s hat on and smiled for a photo.

Just a few days earlier Acosta shared a very different account of that evening. The Trump supporters were jeering him, shouting insults and even flipping him the bird.

This tweet from Acosta sparked a battle between him and Sean Hannity.

“They don’t like your unfair, abusively biased treatment of the president of the United States,” Hannity said.

After this, Hannity then backtracked and insisted he would fight anyone who harmed Acosta.


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