Jim Acosta Yelled At Trump While He Was Coloring With Children At WH Easter Egg Roll (Video)

Jim Acosta Yelled At Trump While He Was Coloring With Children At WH Easter Egg Roll (Video)

Leave it to Jim Acosta at fake news CNN to be the one and only reporter to start shouting questions at President Trump while he, First Lady Melania and Barron sat at a large table coloring with children at the White House Easter Egg Roll Monday.

During the event, families of reporters, staff and invited guests gather at the White House for a day of Easter activities. For the official egg roll event, the president blows a whistle and children use wooden spoons to roll Easter eggs across the lawn. Some of President Trump’s grandchildren participated this year.

After the egg roll, President Trump joined First Lady Melania and his son Barron at a coloring table with approximately a dozen other children, The Daily Caller reports.

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While Trump sat at the table, CNN’s White House correspondent Jim Acosta began yelling at him.

“What about the DACA kids?” he shouted at POUTS. “Should they worry about what’s going to happen to them?”

Trump tweeted this weekend that a deal on DACA was dead.

Trump responded, saying “The Democrats have clearly let them down.” Then Trump turned back to coloring at the table with his son, wife and other young children.

Acosta persisted, repeating “Didn’t you kill DACA? Didn’t you kill DACA?” at the president’s back.

What a moron… no, President Trump did not kill DACA – the Democrats did, and Acosta knows that.

President Trump did not respond.


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