From the June 28 edition of CNN's Anderson Cooper 360:
ANDERSON COOPER (HOST): Jim, I mean, the incident that she started talking about, which is an incident with CNN, three employees resigned over it, and there, you know, there were repercussions for errors that they made. Has anyone in this White House given all the lies or untrue statements, I mean has anyone's head actually, has anyone had to resign based on, you know, mistakes they have made so far?
JIM ACOSTA: So far, Anderson, no. When the president founded birtherism and perpetuated the myth that President Obama was born in another country, nobody resigned. When he came out and said his inauguration crowd size was bigger than President Obama's, nobody had to resign. When he said that Obama wiretapped him at Trump Tower, nobody had to resign. When he said he may have tapes of his conversations with Jim Comey, nobody had to resign. It seems for this White House, when it comes to fake news, nobody ever gets in trouble, namely the president. And I think Brian is exactly right. I appreciate him speaking up yesterday. I think more of us are going to be speaking up in the days to come. It's funny, the off-camera briefing happened on Monday. We had one on camera on Tuesday and then an off-camera one today. And yet the one yesterday is the one where they lash out at the news media.