• CNN fires back in court after the White House sends Jim Acosta a letter saying it's going to revoke his press pass again

    23 days ago - By Business Insider

    The White House took away CNN reporter Jim Acosta's hard press pass after he got into a heated exchange with President Donald Trump at a press conference on November 7.
    Last week, a judge ordered the White House to temporarily reinstate Acosta's press pass while he looks into the issue and makes a final ruling.
    But shortly after the issue was handed down, the White House sent a letter to Acosta, saying they would not renew his press pass when the court order expires at the end of the month.
    CNN responded to the White House's letter by filing an update in court, which will likely force the...
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  • White House Threatens to Revoke CNN Correspondent Jim Acosta's Pass Again

    White House Threatens to Revoke CNN Correspondent Jim Acosta's Pass Again

    23 days ago - By Fortune

    The battle is not over yet between CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta and the Trump administration.
    Just three days after a federal judge ordered the administration to return Acosta's press pass , the White House has suggested that they plan to suspend his pass once again when the temporary restraining order expires, 14 days after it was issued.
    The White House sent a letter to Acosta saying as much, according to CNN's Brian Stelter. For its part, CNN responded with a statement claiming that the White House is "continuing to violate the First and 5th Amendments of the Constitution...
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  • Trump explains how he'll handle Jim Acosta now that his press pass is back

    Trump explains how he'll handle Jim Acosta now that his press pass is back

    23 days ago - By Business Insider

    President Donald Trump explained how he'll deal with Jim Acosta, the CNN's correspondent he barred from the White House after numerous confrontations, saying he has a simple solution.
    The White House will come up with a code of conduct for reporters, and if Acosta breaks the rules, they'll boot him out.
    CNN won a lawsuit and a federal judge restored Acosta's press pass after the White House removed it following a testy exchange where Acosta refused to give up the microphone.
    CNN's Brian Stelter believes the White House will try to boot Acosta again by the end of the month.
    President Donald...
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