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Nov 17, 2018
11:16AM

White House ordered to reinstate Jim Acosta's press credentials

PTI
In the United States, a federal judge has ordered the White House to reinstate the press credentials of CNN reporter Jim Acosta, whose pass was revoked after a heated exchange with President Donald Trump.
 
Judge Timothy Kelly issued a temporary restraining order that requires the White House to restore Acosta's access until a full hearing is held.
 
CNN and other media groups had backed the lawsuit, which claimed that revoking Acosta's pass violated constitutional guarantees of a free press.
 
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said, they would abide by the judge's decision.
 

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