White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Monday issued “rules that will govern White House press conferences going forward” in response to the behavior of CNN’s chief White House correspondent, Jim Acosta, earlier this month.
The White House Press Office has told CNN it intends to once again revoke Jim Acosta’s press credentials at the end of the month, the latest in a saga that went from a press conference to the court room and back again.
CBS White House correspondent Major Garrett implicitly criticized colleague Jim Acosta’s conduct in a new interview, noting he gave up the microphone when told to by the president at a recent press conference.
A federal judge ordered the White House Friday to temporarily restore the press pass of CNN correspondent Jim Acosta after yanking it from him following last week’s contentious press conference.
Former CNN host Larry King criticized his network of 25 years on Thursday for being “not [a] news network” and chided his former colleague Jim Acosta for his conduct at a White House press briefing.
Bob Woodward, a best-selling author and critic of President Donald Trump, said Tuesday night that CNN’s lawsuit against the Trump administration wasn’t the “remedy.”
CNN on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against President Donald Trump and top White House aides after they revoked White House correspondent Jim Acosta’s press credentials last week.