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13 November 2018

"But it could be others also", he said. Someone might do this if they later wanted to speed the video up, to keep the clip and its original a similar length.

In a tweet Mr Acosta says he was stopped by the Secret Service when he tried to re-enter the White House on Wednesday evening.

Later in the day, Ms. Sanders released a statement accusing Mr. Acosta of "placing his hands on a young woman just trying to do her job as a White House intern", calling it "absolutely unacceptable". We've been trained to disbelieve all things, and to have doubts in the reporting of and even the video capture of events. "You have got to treat the White House and the office of the presidency with respect". "It's deceptive, unsafe and unethical". "The lack of a call to action may have something do with the fact that Mr. Acosta is a somewhat polarizing figure, viewed by some of his press corps colleagues as a showboat".

White House press credentials are not a universal right. "He is a very unprofessional guy", Trump said, adding that "I don't think he's a smart person, but he's got a loud voice".

"That's enough, that's enough", Trump said on Wednesday, as a White House intern attempted to take the microphone off Acosta.

On Tuesday's Anderson Cooper 360, Acosta spoke about the incident and the revocation of his press pass.

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CNN may be prepping a lawsuit against the White House after they suspended reporter Jim Acosta's press pass, according to Sam Donaldson.

"I watch you a lot". CNN, she said, was irresponsible to suggest the president was to blame for a pipe bomb sent to the outlet in October.

During a brief media availability outside the White House, the president gave more fodder to fans who enjoy watching him scrap with journalists. And Acosta has been one of the more visible thorns in the side of the White House. "You are a rude, bad person, you shouldn't be working for CNN".

CNN and numerous journalism advocacy groups rejected that assertion and said his pass should be reinstated.

The edited version has been shared by White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders.

CNN files suit against Trump administration