The White House Shouldn’t Have Revoked Jim Acosta’s Credentials because CNN Should Have Fired Him First

by Evil HR Lady on November 12, 2018

There’s a standard story in recruiting where a candidate for a high-level position treats the receptionist poorly. As a result, the hiring manager rejects the candidate because anyone who treats a receptionist that way isn’t the type of person you’d want to hire.

The modern, updated version of that is how Jim Acosta treated an intern and the President at a press conference. If you haven’t seen a video, here’s what happened.

 

Love him or hate him, President Trump is in charge at this press conference, and Acosta had asked his question and received an answer.  He actually received quite a long answer. But, a single answer wasn’t what Acosta came for–it appeared that Acosta came prepared to debate and argue. The purpose of a press conference isn’t to debate and argue–it’s to get questions answered. The President answered and it was someone else’s turn.

To keep reading, click here: The White House Shouldn’t Have Revoked Jim Acosta’s Credentials because CNN Should Have Fired Him First

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