White House backs down and reverses plan to revoke Jim Acosta’s press pass for second time: report
The White House has reportedly reversed a plan to revoke a CNN correspondent’s press credentials for a second time.
On Monday, CNN revealed that the White House had a plan to once again revoke Jim Acosta’s hard pass after a restraining order expires in two weeks.
When confronted about the news on Monday, White House aide Kellyanne Conway said that she was unaware of the plan.
By Monday afternoon, two sources had confirmed to Fox News correspondent John Roberts that Acosta’s press credentials would not be revoked when the judge’s order expires.
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