Trump Goes After Jim Acosta’s Press Pass Again

Hostility erupts between Trump and Jim Acosta

Update: ABC News – White House drops efforts to suspend press pass for CNN’s Jim Acosta; outlines rules to reporters

During a period when Trump has faced a lot of scrutiny about his no-show at the Veteran’s ceremony in France to take part in events marking the 100th anniversary of World War I, his no-show at the Arlington National Cemetary on Veteran’s Day and his criticism of Retired Adm. William McRaven who was the architect of the bin Laden raid, Trump has wasted no time informing Jim Acosta his press pass could be revoked again at the end of the month. It was recently restored by the courts on Friday.

Retired Adm. William McRaven on Sunday stood by his previous statement that President Donald Trump’s attacks on the news media represent “the greatest threat to democracy” after the President dismissed him as a “Hillary Clinton backer” in an interview that aired on Fox News.

SEE: Hostility Erupts Between CNN’s Jim Acosta And President Trump During The White House Briefing