Acosta tweeted Wednesday night that he was denied access when he tried to enter the White House.
But his news conference, which stretched close to 90 minutes, quickly turned raucous when some reporters pushed him on whether his campaign rhetoric on migrants from Central America was divisive - and on developments in a federal investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and any coordination between Moscow and the Trump campaign.
The president told him his time was done, telling him to sit down and to stop being a "rude, bad person".
Trump said at the time in a telephone interview with CNN that he would not ban reporters from briefings if he became president.
She continued: "This conduct is absolutely unacceptable". Another reporter also asked if Trump was a racist because of support from white nationalists.
Later, via Twitter, she said that she has interviewed white nationalists who say they are more excited by Mr Trump than they have been about other presidents. "Presidents never enjoy pointed questions from the press, but President Trump should respect their right to ask them and respect Americans enough to answer them".
Sanders later tweeted from the @PressSec account a video edit of the incident, which zoomed in and magnified the movements of Acosta's left arm. The channel said the revocation "was done in retaliation for his [Acosta] challenging questions". This unprecedented decision is a threat to our democracy and the country deserves better.
A staff member struggled with him for his microphone during the exchange.
'That's enough, Put down the mike, ' Trump told him. "You shouldn't be working for CNN", Trump said to Acosta.
Acosta asked the president about his use of the word "invasion", which he said was "mischaracterizing" a group of migrants that remain hundreds of miles away. It was obviously a question he didn't like.
Trump talked about his supposed popularity with black Americans and said he's more interested in advancing America's interests than having a globalist point of view. White House staff decide whether journalists are eligible, though the Secret Service determines whether their applications are approved. "I mean, I think she could have won that race, but she didn't want to have any embrace". "They weren't actors. They didn't come from Hollywood".
Acosta said he learned that his access was withdrawn from a text message on his phone. When he went to the White House for "one last live shot", he said a security officer prevented him from passing through an entrance that he has used for the past five years.
The Mueller probe into allegations of collusion with Russian Federation was handing out indictments of former Trump advisers. Mr Trump also congratulated the new governor-elect of Florida Ron DeSantis, who fended off a challenge from the Democrats.
Mr Smith has taken a keen interest in African affairs, regularly convening hearings on conflicts and policy initiatives. Tlaib's win comes after the 2016 election of Trump spurred a record number of women to put their names on the ballot.
The film got released in 408 screens across the state and thus making it the biggest ever release in the history of Kerala. Raju took exception to some of the scenes in the movie, which was released to mixed reactions on Diwali day on Tuesday.
Shots were fired, and the suspect reportedly fled in a auto . "Thank you for leaving behind my greatest gift". The man who allegedly shot and killed Angela Simmons' ex-fiance has turned himself into authorities.
A separate storm front in central Tennessee overnight killed one person, injured two others and also left thousands without power. Among those expected: Vice President Mike Pence and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, an informal adviser to the president.
Among those expected: Vice President Mike Pence and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, an informal adviser to the president. All 435 seats in the House, 35 seats in the 100-member Senate and 36 of the 50 state governorships were up for grabs.
Bill Nelson, D-Fla. will be the second Democrat to lose his Finance committee seat if he fails to overtake incumbent Gov. According to data compiled by The Associated Press, 237 women ran for the House as major-party candidates this year.
The witness said the suspect had a handgun and then he also saw the smoke bombs and the guard being shot. The gunman was still believed to be inside the bar an hour later, according to a police official.
47 killed in Zimbabwe bus crash
Traffic accidents are common in Zimbabwe, where years of underfunding and neglect have left roads riddled with potholes. In July 2015, eight passengers died and 53 others were injured when a tyre burst, causing the bus to overturn.
Win or lose, Cruz and O’Rourke may remain political forces
And early voter turnout has surpassed that from the 2012 presidential election. "They hate President Trump", Cruz said. Nearly five million people have voted early in the 30 Texas counties where 78 percent of registered voters live.
Body found by police searchers in NT
The bodies of two adults and a child were found late on Wednesday near Willowra, about 300 kilometres northwest of Alice Springs. Relatives told authorities a 12-year-old boy had also been travelling with the young family, but he was missing from the scene.
Over 3 lakh diyas lit
A similar attempt failed to break the record a year ago , when strong winds blew over numerous lamps. The target was to light 3.35 lakh diyas on both sides of ghats at Ram Ki Paidi in Ayodhya .
Rajapakse rally gathers as Sri Lanka showdown toughens
On Friday, 118 members of the 225-seat legislature met the speaker and called for the reconvening of parliament. Tens of thousands of Sri Lankans marched on Monday in support of the government led by Mahinda Rajapaksa .