Jim Acosta Headlines

  • Conservative network backs White House in lawsuit for revoking 'rude' CNN reporter's press pass

    One America News Network, which is reportedly one of Trump's favorite outlets, took time in the supporting document to compliment the president, saying he was "right on point" to call Acosta "rude" during a heated exchange at a news conference last week.

    CNBC
  • One America News Network backs White House in CNN's Jim Acosta lawsuit

    One America News Network, a conservative cable network, filed court briefs Thursday siding with the White House and against fellow network CNN and its gauche chief presidential reporter, Jim Acosta. The network said Mr. Acosta's combative behavior toward President Trump actually hurts other reporters, and it was time he was ...

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  • WATCH: Major networks back CNN and Jim Acosta

    The co-hosts discuss news outlets' support for CNN's lawsuit against the White House after it pulled Jim Acosta's press pass.

    ABC News
  • Judge postpones ruling on fate of Acosta’s White House press pass

    CNN’s Jim Acosta will have to wait at least one more day to find out if he’ll get his White House press pass back. US District Court Judge Timothy Kelly announced Thursday that he needs one more day to decide whether to temporarily restore the reporter’s White House credentials. The White House claims Acosta physically...

    New York Post
  • One More Reason Jim Acosta is an Idiot

    Alternative title: “That Time Jim Acosta Claimed People Wouldn’t Climb the Border Fence…” As a writer, I try to stay away from extreme terms. But if I may: Jim Acosta is a huge idiot. Why do I say that? It’s simple: he’s supposed to a reporter. Reporters do only two things — ask questions and report facts. Jim does half of half of | Read More

    RedState
  • Judge postpones decision in CNN lawsuit over press pass

    Lawyers for CNN and the Trump administration are awaiting an initial ruling on the network's federal lawsuit over press access to the White House. And they're going to have to wait a little while longer. Judge Timothy J. Kelly heard nearly two hours of oral arguments about CNN's request for a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction on Wednesday. Then he said court would reconvene Thursday at 3 p.m. But on Thursday afternoon, he rescheduled the next hearing for Friday at 10 a.m. If...

    WPLG
  • Conservative outlet One America News files brief in support of White House in CNN legal battle

    The head of conservative outlet One America News Network (OANN) said Thursday that the organization will file an amicus brief in support of the White House as it faces a lawsuit from CNN over the revocation of reporter Jim Acosta's press pass.

    TheHill
  • Reporters' association sides with CNN in lawsuit against White House

    The White House Correspondents' Association went to court Thursday to side with CNN in its battle with President Trump, submitting an amicus brief arguing the White House does not have unbridled power to exclude rambunctious reporters. The association, made up of journalists and news organizations that provide coverage of the ...

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  • TMZ Live: Iggy Azalea Attacked By Danielle Bregoli

    ON TODAY'S SHOW Michael Avenatti: Denies Domestic Violence Claims Omarosa: Trump Plotted Against CNN's Jim Acosta!  The Weeknd: Sued For Stealing 'Starboy' Khloe & Tristan: Together For The Holidays

    TMZ
  • Judge in CNN lawsuit extends delay on ruling until Friday

    U.S. District Judge Timothy Kelly has delayed a ruling on whether the White House should be be forced, temporarily or permanently, to return to CNN correspondent Jim Acosta a hard pass that allows him to report from the White House grounds.

    Washington Examiner
  • Judge Postpones Ruling In CNN Bid To Restore Jim Acosta’s White House Badge

    Jim Acosta will have to wait another day to find out if he’s getting his White House press credentials back immediately. Judge Timothy Kelly was set to bring everyone back into DC District Court on Thursday at 3 PM ET to announce his decision, one day after CNN and the DOJ spent two hours pitching their side to the judge. Now it’s been put off until 10 AM on Friday. “Frankly I have no idea what that means,” CNN’s media guru Brian Stelter confessed on air when the delay…

    Deadline
  • The Latest: Judge delays ruling over White House press pass

    The Latest on the legal challenge to the White House's decision to strip CNN reporter Jim Acosta of his White House press credentials (all times local): 1:15 p.m. A federal judge has delayed until Friday a ruling on whether the Trump administration has to return the White House press...

    ABC News
  • The Latest: Judge delays ruling over White House press pass

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The Latest on the legal challenge to the White House's decision to strip CNN reporter Jim Acosta of his White House press credentials (all times local): 1:15 p.m. A federal judge has delayed until Friday a ruling on whether the Trump administration has to return the White ...

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  • Chris Wallace To Ask Donald Trump About CNN Lawsuit Against White House In Sunday Interview

    Fox News’ Chris Wallace will interview President Donald Trump this Sunday on Fox News Sunday.  The cable news network says the “wide-ranging” interview will include questions about CNN's lawsuit against the White House after Trump pulled the credentials of Jim Acosta. A DC District Court judge is set to rule Thursday afternoon whether to compel the White House to temporarily re-instate Acosta’s White House credentials as CNN’s lawsuit makes its way through the court. Fox N…

    Deadline
  • The Latest: Judge delays ruling over White House press pass

    A federal judge has delayed until Friday a ruling on whether the Trump administration has to return the White House press credentials of CNN reporter Jim Acosta

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  • Justice Department and CNN spar over Acosta's press pass

    President Donald Trump's administration is trying to fend off a legal challenge from CNN and other outlets over the revocation of journalist Jim Acosta's White House "hard pass." U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Kelly heard arguments Wednesday afternoon from lawyers representing CNN and...

    ABC News
  • Justice Department and CNN spar over Acosta's press pass

    WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump's administration is trying to fend off a legal challenge from CNN and other outlets over the revocation of journalist Jim Acosta's White House "hard pass." U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Kelly heard arguments Wednesday afternoon from lawyers representing CNN and the Justice Department. The ...

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  • Judge to decide on reinstating Acosta's press pass on Thursday in CNN vs. Trump legal battle

    Judge Timothy Kelly will decide at 3 p.m. ET on Thursday whether to impose a temporary restraining order, giving back Jim Acosta's White House pass.  The CNN reporter was barred on November 8 for asking consecutive questions to Trump, despite an intern's best efforts to stop him. The US Justice Department stood by the ban saying: "No journalist has a First Amendment right to enter the White House." The Judge presiding over CNN's lawsuit against the Trump administration said he will decide...

    Business Insider
  • Judge To Rule Thursday On CNN Request For Immediate Return of Jim Acosta’s White House Credentials

    CNN and Jim Acosta will have to wait until Thursday to find out if Judge Timothy J. Kelly will restore Acosta’s White House credentials immediately. This at the end of a two hour hearing in Washington D.C. on CNN’s temporary restraining order request to get Acosta back in the White House. CNN filed suit against President Trump and several top aides in DC District Court on Tuesday, alleging the credential yanking violated CNN and Acosta’s First and Fifth Amendment…

    Deadline
  • Hearing underway in CNN lawsuit over White House press access

    An initial hearing is underway in CNN and Jim Acosta's federal lawsuit against President Trump and several top White House aides. CNN and Acosta are alleging that the White House's suspension of his press pass violates the First and Fifth Amendments. Acosta and CNN Washington bureau chief Sam Feist walked into the courthouse around 3 p.m. ET. The hearing was gaveled to order around 3:42 p.m. Lawyers for the network and Acosta are asking Judge Timothy J. Kelly for a temporary restraining order...

    WPLG
  • Omarosa Claims President Trump Plotted for Years to Revoke Jim Acosta's Press Pass

    President Trump put in years of secret planning to get CNN's White House correspondent kicked off his detail ... at least according to Omarosa. Trump's former aide was in D.C. Wednesday when a photog asked her about Jim Acosta and CNN suing POTUS…

    TMZ
  • White House says Trump can choose who gets a press pass after CNN files lawsuit over Jim Acosta ban

    CNN and Mr Acosta claim that his First and Fifth Amendments are being violated every day he is banned from the White House

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  • Secret Service in political crossfire from CNN lawsuit

    The U.S. Secret Service finds itself intertwined in a CNN lawsuit against the Trump administration that claims the White House is violating the First Amendment rights of one of its prominent journalists, Jim Acosta.

    Washington Examiner
  • As emergency court hearing looms, White House defends revoking CNN reporter's pass

    The White House argued taking away CNN's chief White House correspondent's credentials did not violate the First Amendment. Jim Acosta and CNN sued the White House Tues.

    ABC News