Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough slammed CNN’s Jim Acosta on Thursday morning, saying his actions toward Senior White House adviser Stephen Miller during Wednesday’s White House press briefing were “like something out of Mein Kampf.Mein Kampf is a 1925 autobiographical book by Nazi Party leader Adolf Hitler, so it was clearly meant as an insult.[...] when Jim Acosta used the language, ‘it seems like your policies are trying to engineer racial and ethnic percentages’ or something, it sure sounded like something that you would read out of Mein Kampf or something… at that point it went off the rails.Miller went after Acosta from the press briefing podium while discussing President Trump’s plan to revamp legal immigration.Miller asked, The notion that you actually think immigration isn’t a historic law… do you really, at CNN, not know the difference between Green Card policy and illegal immigration?
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