In court, US government lawyers said there was no First Amendment right of access to the White House and that Acosta was penalized for acting rudely at the news conference and not for his criticism of the president. Acosta was stripped of his credentials, without warning, when he returned to the White House, where he works daily, after a heated exchange between Trump and Acosta at a press conference on November 7. He contends Judge Kelly was intentionally careful in his ruling. He did not rule on CNN's argument that the revocation of Acosta'spress pass was a violation of his and the network's First Amendment rights. It was signed by two of the defendants in the suit, press secretary Sarah Sanders and deputy chief of staff for communications Bill Shine. The White House made its point, and reporters may think twice before pressing Ms Sanders, or the president, quite as hard with their questions.
These include allowing only a single question from each journalist. "We'll have rules of decorum, you know you can't keep asking questions", Trump said. You can't give notice after taking official action, though; due process typically requires giving the person being targeted a chance to make his case before the government acts.
One of the reasons the judge reinstated the press pass is because the White House didn't seem to give an explanation for their decision or offer due process.
CNN's lawyers had signaled a willingness to settle after prevailing in court on Friday.
"This is a high-risk confrontation for both sides", Mike Allen of Axios wrote in a Monday item about Trump's new targeting of Acosta.
All of this was detailed by CNN in a progress report filed in court on Monday.
They are seeking a hearing "for the week of November 26, 2018, or as soon thereafter as possible", according to the court filing. The White House had considered only restoring the pass temporarily for the time required by the judge, but it caved and issued a full restoration Monday.
The White House opposed the request for an emergency hearing, writing in response to the court: "Not only is there no "emergency" right now, it is impossible to know at this point whether next steps are necessary, much less what those steps should be".
If the White House were to seek again to pull the hard pass, it would have required the administration to first ask a federal judge to lift a court order. Several prominent U.S. media outlets, including Fox News, CBS, and ABC, have supported CNN's suit. The White House reminded the reporter that he would be stripped of his pass again when the injunction expires.
According to various French media reports, others reportedly knocked on her auto as she tried to take her daughter to a hospital. In a similar scenario, police cleared out the huge traffic circle around the Arc de Triomphe, paralyzed for hours by protesters.
China and Asean already have a non-binding "declaration" for the waterway but are working towards a more robust agreement. Duterte said other countries should now accept the fact that China's presence loomed large in the disputed waters.
Neil Young shared that he lost his house in the California wildfire in a post on his website about climate change . In southern California, the Woolsey Fire has scorched at least 35,000ha and destroyed 177 structures.
The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said a member of the special unit involved was killed and another was lightly wounded. What prompted this escalation was a gunfight between Israeli commandos and Hamas fighters near Khan Yunis in Gaza .
The Democrats, in turn, benefited from extraordinary voter enthusiasm, robust fundraising and unusually fresh candidates. They will have authority to request Trump's tax returns and subpoena power to obtain documents, emails and testimony.
Taking up to Twitter, where one of the condom brands wrote, "Congrats Deepika and Ranveer for officially putting a ring on it". Bollywood's most favourite couple has finally united and looks like they have never been this happier before.
The White House claimed Acosta "placed his hand" on the female intern while she tried to get the microphone. The hashtag #1A is a reference to the first amendment, which guarantees freedom of the press.
The Arsenal forward attempted to get back up but was unable to do so on his own, prompting Arsenal medics to rush to his aid. BT Sport did not show replays of the incident due to the nature of the challenge and injury. "Injury to #Welbeck.
The net game always looked risky for Zverev and so it proved as he double-faulted to concede the set. Zverev is emerging as one of the Tour's brightest young stars after climbing to fifth in the world.
The sources also told the Post they do not believe Whitaker would approve any subpoena of Trump as part of that probe. Graham at the time said: "Any effort to go after Mueller could be the beginning of the end of the Trump presidency".
Trump says full report on Khashoggi coming soon
The president also never fails to mention that Saudi Arabia is a U.S. ally - called it a "spectacular ally" on Saturday. Earlier today, the State Department also issued a statement casting doubt on the CIA's findings as reported by WaPo.
Le'Veon Bell won't report to Pittsburgh Steelers
The Steelers drafted Bell with the 48th overall pick in the 2013 draft, won over by his youth, size and versatility. His teammates stressed it was no big deal, confident Bell would show up in time for the regular-season opener.
Bar shooting scene of panic, heroism as 13 die
The weapon usually holds 10 rounds and one in the chamber, but the gunman used an extended magazine in this shooting, Dean said. The sheriff said a mental health crisis team was called at the time and concluded Long did not need to be taken into custody.