Jim Acosta

"Uh, well, no," the White House chief medical adviser said.
“I don’t know if that’s my text message or not, but if you want to talk about a text message, read the text message," said Greene, who says it vindicates her.
“If the Justice Department isn’t tracking this stuff, I don’t know what our Justice Department is for,” Dean told CNN's Jim Acosta.
"I'd like to report an insurrection!" Acosta slammed back at the Florida governor's plan to create a special force to police elections.
It was a "conspiracy led by a [defeated] president of the U.S. to result in an authoritarian coup in which the election is stolen," the Watergate journalist said.
“When we would get Hatch Act violations, that was a badge of honor,” said Stephanie Grisham.
“The worst part of what Tucker is doing is that we’ve already seen what his hate-filled rhetoric can do to America,” the CNN anchor said.
"He is admitting that his election lies are ego juice, just there to pump up the crowd, the very stuff that fueled the insurrection," the anchor said.
The former president said he didn't know about certain tax "stuff" at a Florida rally after his company was indicted for tax fraud.
Jim Acosta asked the question during an event in Weslaco, Texas, featuring Gov. Greg Abbott (R) and the former president.