Acosta asked Trump if he could ask a question since the president-elect has spoken negatively against CNN. That dossier, which has been quietly circulating in intelligence and media circles for months, reportedly was commissioned by Republicans opposed to Trump during the primary cycle. Within three hours of the press conference, BuzzFeed designed, ordered and listed an "absolutely fantastic" powder red garbage can.
President-elect Donald Trump calls on a questioner during a news conference in the lobby of Trump Tower in New York, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017.
"Mr. President-elect, since you are attacking our news organization". "You are fake news", a clearly angry Trump said.
During the presser, Trump refused to allow Acosta to ask a question while calling him "fake news" and slamming CNN as a news organization.
Cooper, along with CNN's Jake Tapper, Jim Sciutto and Acosta, brought up several of Trump's recent controversies.
The 45-year-old Acosta, a Cuban-American who grew up in Virginia, graduated from James Madison University in 1993.
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"Don't be rude", Trump said.
"They came out so strongly against that fake news".
BuzzFeed has unveiled a tongue-in-cheek line of merchandise in response to comments made by president-elect Donald Trump, who called the publisher "a failing pile of garbage" at his first press conference since the U.S. election yesterday (11 January).
CNN host Anderson Cooper and his colleagues on Thursday night criticized President-elect Donald Trump and his spokeswoman Kellyanne Conway for spreading falsehoods.
Acosta has been involved in White House reporting since 2013.
A spokesperson for BuzzFeed told Poynter that BuzzFeed is standing by its decision to publish the dossier in full, citing Editor-in-Chief Ben Smith's staff note advocating transparency in journalism as its primary justification. To shout down a journalist, refuse to take his question and label his news organization as "fake news" serves no good goal.