The Internet Just Found A Way To Make CNN’s Acosta Tweets A Hilarious Read

PHILADELPHIA, PA - OCTOBER 03: Former First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama watches the surprise video message from her husband Former President of the United States Barack Obama during Pennsylvania Conference For Women 2017 at Pennsylvania Convention Center on October 3, 2017 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Marla Aufmuth/Getty Images for Pennsylvania Conference for Women)

Since President Trump first announced his presidential bid years ago, CNN started a propaganda campaign against him and, at one point, 93 percent of their news stories on the president were negative.

Trump occasionally responds to the criticisms with some of his own for the network and calls them “fakes news.”

The tit-for-tat relationship extends to CNN journalists, such as Jim Acosta who overwhelmingly tweets negative content concerning Trump. This includes Acosta’s latest fiasco where he made up a story about Trump ignoring him (Click here for more).

“I tried to ask the president if he would stop calling us the enemy of the people. He did not respond,” Acosta tweeted.

“I tried,” the journalist said in another tweet.

And, dating back to 2017, Acosta said, “I asked Spicer if we could turn the cameras on at today’s briefing. He ignored the question.”

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“Trump is still talking about Hillary Clinton,” Acosta said on social media. “He defeated her over a year ago and he has been president almost 11 months.”

Here’s more:

It’s almost a chore reading through his tweets.

But, as Twitchy reports, people on the internet have learned that these tweets get so much more enjoyable to read once you add two words at the beginning: “Dear Diary.”

Now, the tweets seem to be a bunch of closet admissions the journalist is making and people are finding it pretty funny.

Check it out:



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