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WH Changes Mind, Will Not Revoke Acosta Pass After Temporary Restraining Order Runs Out

That’s their loss then.

According to earlier reports from CNN, they received a letter from the White House over the weekend informing them Jim Acosta’s press credential would be revoked after the 14-day temporary restraining order had been concluded. Related: Oops! Acosta’s Press Credential To Be Revoked After Restraining Order Expires

Early Monday afternoon, this happened:

A lot of Trump supporters won’t be happy with this news, not one bit. This doesn’t look good for the White House, and whomsoever sent out that original notification to CNN. Why would the White House back out on this? They did add how it: “reserves the right to revoke Acosta’s pass if he violates White House decorum in the future.”

I am disappointed they chose to do this. Either follow through or don’t make the threat. It makes you look weak and incompetent.

We all know that Acosta can’t help himself so he will probably increase the rate of being removed without any help from the WH staff, but this will no doubt embolden the CNN reporter even more.

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