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CNN vs Trump: Ruling expected on returning Jim Acosta’s White House credentials

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CNN vs Trump: Ruling expected on returning Jim Acosta’s White House credentialsA pass judgement on is predicted to announce Friday whether or not he’s going to order the Trump management to go back the White Space press credentials of CNN reporter Jim Acosta. U.S. District Court docket Pass judgement on Timothy Kelly, an appointee of President Donald Trump, has set a listening to for Friday morning …
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News video: CNN, Acosta win back WH press pass, for now

CNN, Acosta win back WH press pass, for now 01:34

CNN and its correspondent Jim Acosta are heading back to the White House, after a judge temporarily restored his press credentials, which were revoked by President Donald Trump last week. Nathan Frandino reports.

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