Trump clashes with reporters during fiery White House news conference

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In what may be the most weird moment of his presidency (which is really saying something), Trump unleashed hellfire on reporters from CNN and NBC in a post-election White House press conference on Wednesday.

The day after his party lost its lock on Congress, US President Donald Trump has walked into a White House press conference with combative words, blaming some Republicans for losing their seats and lashing out at reporters who challenged his assertions. When Acosta asked if Trump was "demonizing" immigrants with his rhetoric and controversial campaign ads, Trump suggested, "I think you should let me run the country. You run CNN", Trump said as a White House aide attempted to physically take the microphone out of Acosta's hands. Trump lingered from his podium a few steps before returning to give Acosta an old-fashioned tongue-lashing. "The way you treat Sarah Huckabee Sanders is awful and the way you treat other people ... you shouldn't treat people that way". 'Mia Love showed me no love.

"Well, I'm not a big fan of yours, either", the president of the United States actually said. Another reporter also asked if Trump was a racist because of support from white nationalists.

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"Oh, I don't believe that", he said repeatedly as she was trying to ask her question.

But in a result that highlights America's sharp polarity, Trump and his fellow Republicans expanded their majority in the US Senate after a campaign marked by immigration.

Talk-radio host Rush Limbaugh said the confrontation was "a microcosm of the media's relationship with Trump from the get-go". "I also love the world and don't mind helping the world, but we have to straighten out our country first".

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Trump says he's been hearing about investigations since he began running for president and refers to it as "investigation fatigue". The way that you treat other people is disgusting. It's a group of migrants moving toward the border, ' Acosta, CNN's chief White House correspondent, said. "You are a very rude. person. the way you treat Sarah Huckabee is".

"I don't know why you would say that", President Trump responded.

Mr Trump said the Democrats had "nothing, zero" on him. In response to the reporter's question, Trump said, "I don't believe it".

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One recent survey from Rasmussen, a generally Trump-friendly poll, found that approval number at 36 per cent.

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