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CNN's Acosta Compares Trump to Kim Jong-un, Says He Thinks White House Gets 'Confused Over Who the Supreme Leader Is'

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On Sunday, CNN's Reliable Sources devoted an entire segment to whining about President Trump's treatment of the press corps during his summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un in Vietnam. CNN White House Correspondent Jim Acosta talked about how "sensitivities" surrounding Kim Jong-un led White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders to only allow photographers, not reporters, into a pool spray at a dinner between Trump and the North Korean dictator.  He later suggested that "it sounds like those sensitivities were more with the President than with Kim Jong-un," adding "I just think sometimes here at the White House, they get confused over who the Supreme Leader is."  When Stelter praised the "historic" occasion of Kim Jong-un actually answering a question from a reporter, Acosta quipped "that was probably more questions taken by Kim Jong-un than Sarah Sanders has taken from the White House press corps in some time." 

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