"The media has attacked me personally on a number of occasions, including your own network; said I should be harassed as a life sentence, that I should be choked", Mrs. Sanders continued.
"It would be a good thing if you were to say right here at this briefing that the press-the people who are gathered in this room right now, doing their jobs every day-are not the enemy of the people".
Ghamen alleged that her firstborn son changed during his days in the King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah, where he studied Economics. Ms Ghanem told the newspaper, when asked how she felt after learning her son had become a jihadist militant.
But in the same interview, the 29-year-old's uncles said: 'If Hamza was in front of me now, I would tell him, "God guide you". It's a safe bet things are only going to get worse between journalists and the White House and some of Trump's supporters before - if - they get better. Ghamen said, "It never crossed my mind". "I wish that had not happen", Acosta said in reference to instances like the one at a Virginia restaurant when Sanders' party was asked to leave because of her work for the president. "Why would he throw it all away like that?"
The space is peppered with photographs of her firstborn, and she's flanked by her two surviving sons and the second husband who raised bin Laden from the age of 3.
Acosta pressed Sanders on the issue, bringing up Ivanka Trump's rebuke of her father's war on the press. "I mean, she got yelled at in a restaurant in Virginia".
The family said the last time they saw bin Laden was in 1999.
"There is no doubt that he deliberately chose Saudi citizens for the 9/11 plot", a British intelligence officer told the Guardian's Martin Chulov.
Acosta responded, "I am sorry that happened to you".
He said: "It was a very odd feeling". We knew from the beginning [that it was Osama], within the first 48 hours.
And in a subsequent conversation with his CNN colleague Brooke Baldwin, Acosta, who was recently heckled at a Trump rally, said that "maybe all journalists should go out on Pennsylvania Avenue and chant, 'We are not the enemy of the people'".
He admits that all Osama's siblings felt ashamed of his actions and knew they were going to face awful consequences for his actions. Think twice about what you are doing.
Ahmad said all family members had to go back to Saudi Arabia where they were questioned by the authorities and, for a time, prevented from leaving the country. Don't retake the steps of your father. He was killed in May, 2011, inside a private residential compound in Pakistan during a covert United States operation. "You are entering terrible parts of your soul".