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Trump spokesman demands apology from CNN’s Acosta — and the internet tells him to ‘f*ck off’

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Trump press secretary Sean Spicer took to Twitter to demand CNN’s Jim Acosta apologize after the president-elect insulted the reporter’s network and Acosta demanded to be allowed to ask a question during Wednesday morning’s press conference.

Wednesday morning, the president elect called CNN a “fake news” outlet, leading to Acosta to tell the president it was only fair that be be allowed to ask a question.

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“I am not going to give you a question. You are fake news,” Trump shot back.

Wednesday night Spicer tweeted at Acosta, writing, “Regardless of party, behavior was rude, inappropriate and disrespectful. He owes and his colleagues an apology.”

Twitter users immediately came to Acosta’s defense with a hearty, as one one Twitter user siad, “Go f*ck yourself.”

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