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President Donald Trump humiliated CNN’s Jim Acosta on Thursday after the professional troll accidentally admitted that border walls work during the president’s visit to McAllen, Texas.
Acosta posted multiple videos to his Twitter account showing how safe the border was in an area where there were large steel slats separating the border.
After being mocked the entire day on social media and in news reports, Trump mocked Acosta on Twitter, tweeting, “Dear Diary…” at him.
The term “Dear Diary” is used to mock Acosta on social media because his posts often sound like he is writing his personal feelings in a diary.
Dear Diary… https://t.co/NAuMaQW6fl
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 11, 2019
Acosta had posted multiple videos on Twitter that earned him significant ridicule all day:
I am *shocked* that a glib video, customized for re-tweets and filmed in broad daylight along one of the more secure parts of the RGV by a reporter who parachuted in for the day, did not reveal anything dramatic. https://t.co/TgPzMtU8pl
— Peter Hamby (@PeterHamby) January 10, 2019
Imagine if a CNN reporter drove to a small town in western PA, whipped out his phone and said, "I found a white working class town, but I don't see any corpses of heroin addicts lying around in the streets…" https://t.co/g4D5Bjnvhx
— John Daniel Davidson (@johnddavidson) January 10, 2019
Idiot Acosta proves the wall works. https://t.co/WgvZtzkqT9
— Mark R. Levin (@marklevinshow) January 10, 2019
So physical border barriers work and you can safely shoot self-indulgent selfie vids without worrying about getting shot, robbed, kidnapped, or threatened. Thanks, tool! https://t.co/BTq0f1GepP
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) January 10, 2019
Glad to see the steel slats are deterring illegal immigrants from attempting to cross the border exactly as @realDonaldTrump said they would. This is why we need to #BuildTheWall along the rest of our southern border. #WallsWork https://t.co/EWJYbq78Dn
— Steve Scalise (@SteveScalise) January 10, 2019