CNN seeks emergency hearing over White House's Acosta threat
President Trump and CNN reporter Jim Acosta in a heated exchange at a press conference on Nov. 7. Photo: Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images
CNN requested an emergency hearing in federal court on Monday after the White House sent its chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta a letter last week — signed by Sarah Sanders and Bill Shine — informing him that the administration intends to once again suspend his press pass at the end of the month.
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