• White House shares manipulated Infowars video to justify CNN press ban

    8 days ago - By Tech Crunch

    Read this slowly: The White House's press secretary has tweeted a manipulated video shared by the editor-at-large of conspiracy theorist outlet Infowars to attempt to justify its decision to suspend the press credentials of CNN's chief white house correspondent.
    CNN's Jim Acosta had his press pass pulled by the White House earlier today after press secretary Sarah Sanders claimed he had “plachis hands on a young woman just trying to do her job”.
    Acosta disputes this.
    This is a lie.
    - Jim Acosta November 8, 2018
    The journalist had being trying to continue asking president Trump questions...
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  • White House appears to share Jim Acosta mic grab video doctored by far-right Infowars

    White House appears to share Jim Acosta mic grab video doctored by far-right Infowars

    8 days ago - By Business Insider

    White House Press Secretary is accused of sharing a doctored video of CNN's Jim Acosta from far-right outlet Infowars.
    A White House intern tried to take Acosta's microphone away when Trump dodged Acosta's questions on Wednesday, and the White House alleges that Acosta put his hands on her.
    Sanders is accused of sharing a video that slows down the intern's approach and speeds up Acosta's movements to make the moment appear more violent.
    Acosta calls the accusation that he put his hands on the intern a "lie."
    The White House is accused of using a video of CNN's Jim Acosta doctored by...
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  • Jim Acosta and CNN Accuse Sarah Sanders Of Lying About White House “Retaliation”

    8 days ago - By Fortune

    The White House has suspended the credentials of CNN reporter Jim Acosta.
    The move followed an incident during President Trump's Wednesday news conference, in which Acosta challenged Trump about his claims regarding immigrants trekking through Mexico to reach the U.S. border. Trump repeatedly said “That's enough.” As the reporter then tried to ask a question about the Russia investigation, a White House aide tried to take Acosta's microphone from him, but he refused to let go.
    Trump called Acosta a “rude, terrible person,” and White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders subsequently said the...
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