While CNN set up their television cameras and prepared for President Donald Trump's South Carolina rally Monday, one woman went into full attack mode.
"With all of this talk of civility, I can tell you not all of the people in this crowd here in South Carolina treated us with that level of civility that we all think that Americans should be entitled to across this country," Acosta told CNN's Wolf Blitzer.
He explained that people came up to them and were nice, but one woman took another route.
"I had an elderly woman, just a short while ago, come up to me -- and said that we at CNN should get the 'F' out of this auditorium at this high school in West Columbia. She turned to the crowd and whipped them up into a frenzy, calling on us to leave before President Trump arrives."
Acosta then said that the team in South Carolina is "here to do the job and report on this rally." He noted they are "not going anywhere."