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Trump Breaks His Silence on Letting Jim Acosta Back Into the White House

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CNN and the rest of the mainstream media were nearly giddy after a US District Court judge overturned President Trump’s decision to eject so-called “journalist” Jim Acosta from the White House.

Acosta had, as we all now know, inappropriately resisted a White House intern after being told to pass on the mic during a press conference with Trump.

But then District Court Judge Timothy Kelly told the White House to return Acosta’s stripped press pass and let him back in the building.

CNN and the rest predictably celebrated. They had beaten Trump.

Or had they?

What CNN and the rest conveniently left out, like the biased media outlets they are, is that Judge Kelly had rejected their assertion that Acosta’s removal was a violation of First Amendment rights.

According to the judge, Trump had NOT violated the First Amendment, and Acosta was essentially being let back on in a technicality since the White House couldn’t say who initially decided to revoke his pass.

What’s more, Judge Kelly’s ruling is temporary. It expires in 14 days, again, because it has nothing to do with the constitutional rights of Acosta or anyone else.

And Trump was sure to let Acosta know that the moment the ruling expires, he’s out on the curb.

In a letter to the disgraced CNN reporter, White House Communications Deputy Chief of Staff Bill Shine and White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders wrote:

“Your behavior at the November 7 press conference violated the basic standards governing such events, and is, in our preliminary judgment, sufficient factual basis to revoke your hard pass.”

In other words, he’s finished.

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