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Sources: White House drops effort to revoke Acosta’s press pass

After a letter CNN received earlier in the day signaled the Trump administration would seek to revoke Jim Acosta’s White House press pass after a current restraining order expires, reporters on Monday cited sources who said that threat appears to be over.

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Though a federal judge approved CNN’s requested temporary order, a decision on underlying first- and fifth-amendment grounds remains forthcoming. The network launched its suit after the White House revoked Acosta’s hard press pass earlier this month.

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