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CNN on Wednesday night slammed the White House for pulling the press credentials for its Chief White House Correspondent, Jim Acosta, accusing White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders of making “fraudulent accusations.”

The statement from the news network came just moments after the Trump administration announced that it had suspended Acosta’s press credentials, claiming that Acosta became physical with a young female intern during his exchange with President Trump.

The article goes on to state the following:

Sanders cited Acosta’s refusal to hand a microphone to a young staffer who tried to take it from him as he asked a question of the president. She claimed that Acosta’s conduct was unacceptable.

“Press Secretary Sarah Sanders lied,” CNN said in a statement. “She provided fraudulent accusations and cited an incident that never happened. This unprecedented decision is a threat to our democracy and the country deserves better. Jim Acosta has our full support.”

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  1. Since when doesn’t the President/WH have the right to invoke the press pass of anyone they consider out of bounds. That said, it’s too bad the President is unable to restrain himself from playing right into CNN’s hands. IMHO this is exactly what Acosta was hoping for.

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