Back on the Job
CNN CHIEF White House correspondent Jim Acosta is met by a sea of reporters as he arrives at the White House after having his press pass restored.
The White House revoked Acosta’s credentials last week after a heated exchange between the reporter and President Trump and an altercation with a press aide who had been asked to silence Acosta. CNN sued Trump and other officials over the revocation of the pass.
On Nov. 16 a federal judge ordered the White House to temporarily restore Acosta’s credentials, and three days later, the White House fully restored the pass, avoiding litigation.
WASHINGTON, D.C. NOV. 16, 2018