A visibly angry President Donald Trump branded CNN's White House correspondent Jim Acosta a "rude, awful person" and an "enemy of the people" in a testy exchange on national television Wednesday the day after America's midterm elections.
"When you report fake news", said Trump, "you are the enemy of the people".
"You are a rude, bad person", the president said. If i did, you people - you would have known about it.
Acosta then stood again to push back against Trump, referencing the pipe bombs that were recently sent to CNN's offices.
"Well I'm not a fan of yours either", Trump replied.
Acosta still refused to quit badgering, prompting Trump to say: "Just sit down please". Trump's approval rating among African Americans is about on par with the numbers Ronald Reagan garnered during his first term where he polled at about 18 percent amid a recession and cuts to social programs.
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He later called Acosta an "enemy of the people".
Alcindor had asked Trump whether his recent embrace of the label "nationalist" emboldened white nationalists across the US. "Honestly, I know you have it written down and you're going to tell me 'What do you think?' That is a racist question", he continued.
Alcindor moved on to a different topic.
"Mia Love gave me no love, and she lost", Trump said.
It means the Trump presidency - which already had no free rein despite a Republican-led chamber - will face a significant challenge, setting the tone over the remaining two years. "Even if President Trump doesn't intend it, some see him as directly appealing to the racists", she wrote.
"What do you make of it?" she asked.
In addition to his conversation with Ms Pelosi, Mr Trump called Republican Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, Republican House speaker Paul Ryan and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, as well as other candidates he backed during the race, the White House said.