Jim Acosta & Mitt Romney
Abilio James Acosta (born April 1971), known professionally as Jim Acosta, is CNN's National Political Correspondent. Willard Mitt Romney (born March 12, 1947) is an American businessman who was the Republican Party's nominee for President of the United States in the 2012 election./5
In an interview with CNN's Jim Acosta, Mitt Romney discusses the economy, his ads, the Middle East and Iran. For more CNN videos, check out our YouTube chann...
The pundits are clamoring all over each other with their commenting on Mr. Romney's latest gaff saying things like, "CNN's Romney beat reporter Jim Acosta told the network that "Mitt Romney for a while now has been saying something different behind closed doors ... than he has been saying in public in front of voters." Analyst Ron Brownstein noted that many of the people Romney seemingly dismissed are actually Republican voters, saying, "He is insulting voters that he is relying on quite heavily." Do his supporters really believe their own ears? What does FOX News say?
Mitt Romney makes what sounds like a birth certificate joke. CNN's Jim Acosta reports on the immediate backlash. For more CNN videos, check out our YouTube c...
Ooops. Abuse the media, lose the media: Mitt Romney Is it ever a good thing to lose your cool with a journalist? Rick Gorka, the traveling press secretary for Mitt Romney, probably asked himself that very question Tuesday, July 31 after tangling with reporters who are following Romney on his overseas trip. In Warsaw, Poland on a visit to the Tomb of the Unknown Solder, reporters from CNN, The New York Times, Politico and other outlets were yelling out questions to Romney as he was heading towards a car to leave the scene. Gorka responded with “kiss my a**” and told Politico reporter Jonathan Martin to “shove it.” In looking closer at the incident, frustration existed on both sides. In reporting about the incident on CNN’s broadcast channel, national political reporter Jim Acosta complained that in the three countries Romney has visited on his week-long trip, he’s answered a total of three questions from the press pool. Acosta said Tuesday was the final opportunity for the group to get some qu ...
Coverage of Mitt Romney's foreign policy address.CNN live at noon ET on Jim Acosta and Wolf Blitzer in Israel join Candy Crowley
After Mitt Romney addressed the NAACP on Wednesday, CNN’s Jim Acosta focused on the boos he received from the audience without mentioning the crowd’s standing ovation and their applause scattered through the speech. Acosta simply reported a “very negative” reaction from the audience.
On Wednesday's The Situation Room, CNN used a slanted PolitiFact report to dismiss Mitt Romney's claim that "women account for 92.3 percent of the jobs lost under President Obama." CNN correspondent Jim Acosta aired a clip of Romney making the claim before adding that "the watchdog website Polit...
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