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Sarah Sanders White House Press Secretary Won’t Back Down

Sarah Sanders White House Press Conference

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders is refusing to back down on the Trump administration’s decision to rescind CNN correspondent Jim Acosta’s press pass.

According to sources, Acosta’s press pass to access the White House was suspended “until further notice” Wednesday, hours after he engaged in a contentious back-and-forth with President Trump. A White House intern attempted to retrieve the microphone from Acosta, but the CNN reporter resisted and asked an additional question – and that’s where things get cloudy.

Sarah Sanders continues to insist that incidental physical contact with a female intern during a heated presidential press conference was enough to get him banned.

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Acosta found himself without access to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue following an intense shouting match with President Donald Trump.

Sarah Sanders appeared before political press corps today to release a statement about Wednesday incident which could become Jim Acosta’s journalistic demised in which she said… ‘The question is: did the reporter make contact or not? The video is clear, he did. We stand by our statement.’ That video, a brief C-SPAN clip that made the rounds Wednesday night, generated new outrage in the evening when Sanders tweeted an altered version that was first distributed by an editor of the alt-right ‘InfoWars’ conspiracy theorist website.

CNN responded to Acosta’s suspension saying, “was done in retaliation for his challenging questions at today’s press conference” and claimed Sanders “lied” in her explanation of what unraveled.

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“This unprecedented decision is a threat to our democracy and the country deserves better. Jim Acosta has our full support,” CNN added.

More about Sarah Sanders:

In 2016, after managing her father’s presidential campaign, she signed on as a senior adviser for Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, handling the Trump campaign’s communications for coalitions.

On May 5, 2017, Sanders was named to the position of deputy White House press secretary by then new administration. Read more here

TOPICS:  Sarah Sanders, Sarah Huckabee, White House Press Secretary, CNN, Jim Acosta, News

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