CNN's Jim Acosta: I still have 'marks on my back' from standing up to Trump

During Monday’s handover between his fill-in hosting gig and “ドンレモン今夜,” アコスタはまだ持っていたと言った “背中の跡” ホワイトハウスでの在職期間から, seemingly referring to the tumultuous relationship he had with Trump, だけでなく、 批判 he often received from the latter.

CNN's Jim Acosta regularly sparred with President Trump and his spokespersons before being benched from the White House beat when President Biden took office.

CNN’s Jim Acosta regularly sparred with President Trump and his spokespersons before being benched from the White House beat when President Biden took office. (AP/Reuters)

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As someone who witnessed the unraveling of our democracy, had a front row seat to it … is it better? さらに悪い? Can we turn this around in your estimation? You were the White House correspondent for the entire Trump reign,” fellow CNN host Don Lemon asked Acosta, who is hosting a week-long show about democracy being inperilduring former host Chris Cuomo’s time slot.

“ええ. And I’ve got the marks on my back to prove it, ドン,” Acosta said, laughing and adding that he thought American democracy was currently in worse shape than it was under the Trump administration. Acosta has been sharply critical of Trump’s efforts to overturn his 2020 election defeat and Republican election laws passed in the aftermath.

CNN's Jim Acosta talks to reporters after a judge temporarily restored his White House press credentials following a hearing at U.S. District Court in Washington, 11月. 16, 2018.

CNN’s Jim Acosta talks to reporters after a judge temporarily restored his White House press credentials following a hearing at U.S. District Court in Washington, 11月. 16, 2018. (Reuters/Carlos Barria)

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He claimed Monday the country wasfacing a crisisand that future elections could bethrown into chaosbecause of questions being raised over the results of the 2020 大統領選挙.

To some extent things are better. というのは, today we had the President of the United States refer to a reporter as an S.O.B. ええと, ドン, you and I got called a lot worse back in the day. We never got an apology. I don’t remember that from the commander-in-chief. So maybe things are a little bit better to some extent,” Acosta said.

CNN's Jim Acosta refuses to give up the microphone as he questions President Donald Trump during his news conference at the White House Nov. 7, 2018. (Reuters/Jonathan Ernst)

CNN’s Jim Acosta refuses to give up the microphone as he questions President Donald Trump during his news conference at the White House Nov. 7, 2018. (Reuters/Jonathan Ernst)

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