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November 16, 2018

Here's the latest for Friday, November 16th: CNN Reporter Jim Acosta received his White House credentials back; President Trump said he answered written qestions from Robert Mueller; Florida begins manual ballot recount; FAO Schwarz reopens in New York.

Acosta; ‘This was a test and we passed the test’

November 16, 2018

CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta says all he wants to do is go back to work covering "the guy in there," referring to President Donald Trump. Acosta said the court case to get credentials back 'was a test and we passed the test' (Nov. 16)

Trump: Reporters must ‘behave’ in the White House

November 16, 2018

President Donald Trump says his staff is "writing up rules and regulations" for reporters after a judge ordered the administration to restore credentials for CNN reporter Jim Acosta. (Nov. 16)

Judge: White House must return CNN’s Acosta’s pass

November 16, 2018

A federal judge on Friday ordered the Trump administration to immediately return the White House press credentials of CNN reporter Jim Acosta. (Nov. 16)

Expert: Sarah Sanders tweeted altered Acosta video

November 9, 2018

An independent video production trainer tells the AP a video tweeted by the White House on an interaction between CNN reporter Jim Acosta and an intern appears to have been manipulated to make the reporter's actions look more aggressive. (Nov. 8)

News association backs Acosta on press pass flap

November 8, 2018

The Radio Television Digital News Association is demanding the White House restore media credentials to CNN correspondent Jim Acosta after suspending his pass following a heated confrontation with President Donald Trump at a news conference. (Nov. 8)

Sanders Won’t Say Media is Not ‘Enemy’ of People

August 2, 2018

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is refusing to say she does not think the media is the "enemy" of the American people. Sanders was pressed on the question Thursday by CNN correspondent Jim Acosta during a White House briefing. (Aug. 2)

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