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CNN is suing the White House over Jim Acosta's press pass. Does the network have a case?

28 days ago   |   By The Washington Post

CNN wants journalist Jim Acosta's White House credentials restored. The White House can't revoke a reporter's access to press briefings because it doesn't like the reporter's questions. Yet the First Amendment does not guarantee all reporters the right to attend White House briefings.
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Trump Runs Away When Asked About CNN Suing Him

28 days ago   |   By Politicus USA

Trump ran out of the room at a White House event when he was asked about CNN's lawsuit against him and Sarah Sanders over banning Jim Acosta.
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White House rips ‘grandstanding' CNN after cable network files lawsuit to reinstate Jim Acosta's credentials

28 days ago   |   By Boston Herald

CNN's lawsuit filed Tuesday against the Trump administration after veteran reporter Jim Acosta was stripped of his White House credentials is “just more grandstanding” from the cable news network, the White House fired back. Acosta was banned from the White House after a testy exchange with President Donald Trump last week.
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Why CNN's Suit Against Trump May Go Nowhere

28 days ago   |   By FOX News

Howie and Emily Jashinsky, of the 'Federalist', discuss CNN's lawsuit against the White House over Jim Acosta's press credential, three recounts in Florida, the passing of comic book legend Stan Lee and Amazon makes their choices for new HQs.
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White House says CNN's Jim Acosta is 'no more or less special' than any other reporter and accuses him of 'monopolizing the floor' with questions in justifying revoking his press pass

White House says CNN's Jim Acosta is 'no more or less special' than any other reporter and accuses him of 'monopolizing the floor' with questions in justifying revoking his press pass

28 days ago   |   By Business Insider

The White House on Tuesday accused CNN of "grandstanding" after the network filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration for revoking White House correspondent Jim Acosta's press credentials.
"CNN, who has nearly 50 additional hard pass holders, and Mr. Acosta is no more or less special than any other media outlet or reporter with respect to the First Amendment," The White House said in a statement.
The White House on Tuesday accused CNN of "grandstanding" after the network filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration for revoking White House correspondent Jim Acosta's press...
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