• Sarah Huckabee Sanders Defends Decision To Ban CNN's Jim Acosta From White House

    12 days ago - By The Huffington Post

    “The question is: Did the reporter make contact or not? The video is clear, he did,” the press secretary said, but video shows Acosta turning away from the woman.
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  • This isn't the first time CNN's Jim Acosta has sparred with Trump - here are all the times they've gone at each other

    This isn't the first time CNN's Jim Acosta has sparred with Trump - here are all the times they've gone at each other

    12 days ago - By Business Insider

    CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta and President Donald Trump are in another fight.
    This time, the White House released an allegedly doctored video to spread a fake story that Acosta overly aggressive toward a White House intern managing the microphone during a press briefing Wednesday. The White House then revoked Acosta's press credentials Wednesday night .
    Acosta and the White House have tangled before. Trump views CNN as his biggest media enemy, often referring to the network as "fake news" and insulting its reporters. And Acosta has a reputation for pointing out when the...
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  • White House accused of using ‘doctored' video of Jim Acosta ordeal

    White House accused of using ‘doctored' video of Jim Acosta ordeal

    12 days ago - By New York Post

    A CNN executive accused White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders of posting a “doctored” video online to defend yanking network reporter Jim Acosta's credentials following his microphone tussle with an intern at President Trump's news conference. “Absolutely shameful, PressSec. You released a doctored video - actual fake news. History will not be kind to...
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  • White House Press Secretary Shares Fake Infowars Video to Justify Banning CNN Reporter

    White House Press Secretary Shares Fake Infowars Video to Justify Banning CNN Reporter

    12 days ago - By Fortune

    White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Wednesday promoted a fake Infowars video to justify the suspension of CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta's press credentials.
    During a news conference that morning, President Donald Trump called Acosta a “rude, terrible person” as Acosta challenged the president's claims about Central American refugees fleeing to the U.S.
    After the heated back and forth, during which a White House intern attempted three times to grab the reporter's microphone, Acosta's press credentials were revoked.
    Sanders tried to justify the decision by...
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  • People On Twitter Call For Sarah Huckabee Sanders To Resign For Jim Acosta Video

    People On Twitter Call For Sarah Huckabee Sanders To Resign For Jim Acosta Video

    12 days ago - By The Huffington Post

    The Press Secretary shared a doctored video of the CNN reporter and a White House intern at Wednesday's press conference.
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  • Donald Trump's White House Using Fake Videos is What Russia Does, Says Former Top CIA Operations Officer

    12 days ago - By Newsweek

    The White House released a video from an Alex Jones-related site to justify suspending a CNN reporter's press credentials.
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  • International Press Freedom Organization Issues Alert About Trump After Jim Acosta Attack

    12 days ago - By Politicus USA

    International press freedom organization, Reporters Without Borders, has issued an alert about Trump press freedom after the White House revoked CNN's Jim Acosta's press credentials. Reporters Without Borders said in a statement provided to PoliticusUSA, “Reporters Without Borders is shocked by the unbridled hostility President Donald Trump exhibited toward several White House correspondents during...
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  • White House shares doctored video to support punishment of journalist Jim Acosta

    White House shares doctored video to support punishment of journalist Jim Acosta

    12 days ago - By The Seattle Times

    White House press secretary Sarah Sanders on Wednesday night shared a video of CNN reporter Jim Acosta that appeared to have been altered to make his actions at a news conference look more aggressive toward a White House intern. The edited video looks authentic: Acosta appeared to swiftly chop down on the arm of an...
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  • CNN personalities accuse White House of posting altered video

    12 days ago - By Politico

    Prominent CNN personalities on Thursday accused White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders of posting an altered video to suggest CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta inappropriately made contact with a White House intern over control of a microphone. Sanders posted a video Wednesday of Acosta maintaining his grip on a microphone as a White House intern tried to take it from him during a news conference with President Donald Trump. Sanders used the video as justification for the White House revoking Acosta's press access Wednesday evening - a move that was met with immediate...
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  • CNN accuses White House of sharing 'doctored' video of Acosta

    12 days ago - By NBC News

    A clip of Acosta at Wednesday's White House press conference tweeted by Sarah Sanders matched one posted by an editor for Infowars.
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  • White House uses doctored video to justify stripping CNN reporter's press credentials

    12 days ago - By Think Progress

    The White House revoked CNN reporter Jim Acosta's hard pass Wednesday evening, after President Trump berated him as a “rude, terrible person” at a press conference earlier in the day. Acosta said he had also been banned from White House grounds.
    Within hours, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders began twisting the story, claiming the White House would not tolerate a reporter “placing his hands on a young woman,” referring to an aide who had tried to pull a microphone from Acosta's hands during the press conference.
    Video of the incident clearly shows the aide in question attempting to...
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