The exchange came during a news conference on the 2018 midterm elections, in which Trump called out numerous politicians for both parties who lost elections.
President Trump's feud with Jim Acosta, CNN's chief White House correspondent, boiled over on Wednesday, with Trump verbally berating him before the White House ultimately suspended his press access.
Acosta tweeted Wednesday night that he was denied access when he tried to enter the White House. He added in another tweet that he didn't "blame" the U.S. Secret Service agent who stopped him.
"I know he's just doing his job," Acosta wrote.
Press Secretary Sarah Sanders later issued a statement that said the reporter's "hard pass" was suspended as a result of his attempt to keep control of a microphone during Wednesday's news conference with the president.
WATCH HERE: Trump has every right to be angry at this maggot. He will not stop.