Trump campaign fundraises off of banning CNN's Jim Acosta: 'Trump will NOT put up with the media's liberal bias'
CNN's Jim Acosta speaks to Donald Trump (CNN/screen grab)

President Donald Trump's 2020 campaign is asking supporters to give money to support a White House decision to revoke CNN correspondent Jim Acosta's press pass.

According to ABC's Alex Mallin, the president's campaign sent out the fundraising letter to supporters this week.

"CNN is suing President Trump, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, a Secret Service agent, and other White House officials," the fundraising email complains. "All because they REVOKED Jim Acosta's press badge after his continuous grandstanding and inappropriate refusal to yield to other reporters."

"President Trump will NOT put up with the media's liberal bias and utter disrespect for this administration," the letter continues, "and the hardworking Americans who stand with us."

After warning supporters about "fake news" and "deceptions," the email asks recipients to take a "Mainstream Media Survey," which leads them to a request for donations.

See the email below.