• CNN's Jim Acosta Has Press Pass Restored by White House

    20 days ago - By NY Times

    The Trump administration informed the correspondent that his badge was formally restored, prompting the network to drop a lawsuit over the matter.
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  • White House issues rules for the media after it grudgingly reinstates CNN correspondent Jim Acosta's press pass

    White House issues rules for the media after it grudgingly reinstates CNN correspondent Jim Acosta's press pass

    20 days ago - By Business Insider

    The White House has issued rules for the news media in the wake of a dispute between President Donald Trump and CNN correspondent Jim Acosta.
    The Trump administration says violating those rules "may result in suspension or revocation" of the journalist's press pass.
    Under the rules, reporters will be allowed to ask one question and will then "yield the floor to other journalists."
    Journalists will also be permitted to ask at least one followup question if Trump or another White House official approves it.
    The White House has issued rules for the news media in the wake of a dispute between...
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  • White House Restores Press Pass to CNN's Jim Acosta and CNN Drops Lawsuit

    20 days ago - By Fortune

    The White House has restored CNN correspondent Jim Acosta's press credentials, and CNN has dropped a lawsuit over the Trump administration's access as of mid-afternoon on Nov. 19. The network said via Twitter that the lawsuit was “no longer necessary” as Acosta's so-called “hard pass” was restored, which provides routine and expedited access for White House reporters.
    Today the WhiteHouse fully restored Acosta 's press pass. As a result, our lawsuit is no longer necessary. We look forward to continuing to cover the White House.
    - CNN Communications November 19, 2018
    Earlier in the day, it...
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  • The White House is restoring Jim Acosta's press pass days after a judge ordered it to do so - and CNN is dropping its lawsuit

    The White House is restoring Jim Acosta's press pass days after a judge ordered it to do so - and CNN is dropping its lawsuit

    20 days ago - By Business Insider

    CNN announced Monday that the White House is reinstating reporter Jim Acosta's press pass - three days after a federal judge ordered the administration to do so.
    The cable news network is dropping its lawsuit against the administration for what they believe were First Amendment and due process violations.
    The Trump administration revoked Acosta's credentials on November 7 after a combative exchange at a press conference in which Acosta and President Donald Trump argued about a question Acosta asked.
    CNN announced Monday that the White House is reinstating reporter Jim Acosta's press pass...
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