White House yanks pass of CNN correspondent

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Trump stepped away from the lectern for a a few seconds before returning to the microphone to take aim at Acosta again. Acosta joined a room of other journalists in questioning the president after the mid-term elections, and the topic of immigration came up. You are a rude bad person you shouldn't be working for CNN.

"When I'm representing the United States, I wouldn't do that", Trump added.

Acosta had challenged the president on his characterization of the migrant caravan moving through Mexico as an "invasion". Instead, Acosta continued with a second question about the Russian investigation, which Trump shrugged off with another curt answer. On her third attempt, the intern gets a hold of the microphone with her left hand. "Distract, make Jim Acosta the story and you don't have to talk about global warming, taxes for rich people", she added. Acosta said before Trump interrupted him.

So, as the president said that the question was racist, and I - he was literally having white nationalists at the White House.

"In an explanation, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders lied", the network said. "I do think they're trying to shut us down to some extent".

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Mr Acosta, CNN's chief White House correspondent, said he was informed by Secret Service officers that he could not enter for his scheduled 8pm broadcast.

But the White House maintains that Mr Acosta was in the wrong, with Ms Sanders tweeting that his actions were "absolutely unacceptable".

Trump and Acosta have long have a contentious relationship as the CNN reporter often asks the president questions that seemed created to illicit a reaction from him.

After Acosta was denied re-entry to the White House for a live shot Wednesday evening, Sanders tweeted out the news of his hard pass suspension, saying the White House would not tolerate his "placing his hands on a young woman" and that CNN defending him was "disgusting". They are not only unsafe, the are disturbingly un-American.

"If that takes a walkout, a boycott or turning off the cameras when the president is at the podium, they should do it", Aaron said.

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In a statement, CNN called out Trump.

As you can see in the video, a White House aide tried to grab Acosta's microphone away, but he refused to give it up.

"I do think, Anderson, that this is a test for all of us", he said.

On Wednesday, President Trump was in a foul mood and made a decision to hold an impromptu news conference that lasted almost 90 minutes. "Sped up to make Jim Acosta's motion look like a chop", Shimunov wrote. "Only they would attack the President for not supporting a free press in the midst of him taking 68 questions from 35 different reporters".

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