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White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders late Wednesday night doubled down on the White House’s decision to revoke CNN Chief White House Correspondent Jim Acosta’s press credentials.

Sanders tweeted a video of Acosta’s encounter with a young female White House intern during a press briefing earlier Wednesday, which she claimed was “inappropriate.”

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“We stand by our decision to revoke this individual’s hard pass. We will not tolerate the inappropriate behavior clearly documented in this video,” she wrote.

See Sanders’s full statement in the series of tweets below, followed by statements from others in the media.

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  1. CNN is an embarrassment to news agencies. To see Acosta’s disrespectful behavior and for you to defend this behavior is reprehensible. You are what’s written with the media!

  2. It looks like he clearly blocked her from taking the Mic. The President kept saying over and over again, “That’s enough,” That’s enough. Acosta uses up his two question, or I should say, accusation’s at the President. The President already called on someone else, but Acosta keeps going on and on. Acosta makes it a one man show at these Press briefings. He should have been suspended a long time ago.

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