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Content Warning: Use of “F” word. On Thursday, CNN’s designated whiner, Jim Acosta showed just how childish and thin-skinned he really is, Acosta flipped out after Justin Caporale, a former official for First Lady Melania Trump, teased him in a tweet after he whined about the loud music being played at President Trump’s Montana rally. The CNN crybaby reacted to the tease with a very professional, “F**k you”

Per the Daily Wire, it started when  Acosta was whining about the loud music being played at President Trump’s Montana rally. 

“Tonight the Trump campaign/WH turned up the music so loud the press risers were vibrating. Nearly impossible to do live TV. I suppose the WH loves those kinds of shenanigans. But I wonder if it’s a security concern for USSS or local law enforcement. They can’t hear either,” Acosta tweeted.

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Or as they say in the nation of twitter:

Justin Caporale, a former official for First Lady Melania Trump responded with the tweet “Dear Diary” indicating that Acosta was being a bit of a crybaby

Perhaps to prove Justin’s words true, Acosta dug right down to the bottom of his soul to summon up the vocabulary he learned at  James Madison University. Not the vocabulary he learned in class, but what he absorbed from the night  when they showed Al Pacino’s “Scarface.” Acosta responded with a very scholarly (for him):

 

Not-so-sweet baby James didn’t wait for a response and put a block on Justin Caporale,

Per Ryan Saavedra who wrote the article about Acosta’s Pacino imitation for Daily Wire, “The Daily Wire was the first to verify that the message was authentic and did, in fact, come from Acosta’s account” And Saavedra got a “second.” Peter Hasson of the Daily Caller confirmed Justin’s account and that the tweets were really sent from Acosta.

 

Justin responded to Acosta with ae demand:

The chances of that happening are very tiny.

 

 

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