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CNN’s White House star Jim Acosta has fired another shot at Donald Trump amid his ongoing feud with the president.

Acosta, who on Monday dismissed the idea that he seeks out the spotlight during the Trump presidency but rather he and other journalists were “thrust” into an “unprecedented situation,” said in another new interview that the media has been more honest with the American public than the president.

The article goes on to state the following:

“I have never witnessed a concerted effort by any news organization to take a stand one way or the other on a political issue, to damage one particular party or help another,” he told Publishers Weekly.

“We have been far more honest and straightforward with the American people than President Trump has,” Acosta said in reference to the media. “Are there times when we fall short? Sure. But the press issues corrections. When was the last time you saw the president issue a correction or a clarification? It’s a rare thing for Donald J. Trump.”

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