White House still plans to revoke Acosta’s security credentials
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The White House told CNN correspondent Jim Acosta it still plans to revoke his security credentials, CNN said Monday, showing the Trump administration is not backing down in its battle with the network.

A judge temporarily restored Acosta’s White House security pass on Friday. But in a letter to the network, press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and deputy chief of staff for communications Bill Shine said they still intend to suspend Acosta’s White House pass when the judge’s order expires.



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