Donald Trump says he may revoke press credentials for other reporters, not just CNN’s Jim Acosta

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Defending his decision to revoke a CNN reporter’s White House press pass, President Donald Trump said Friday he may take the same action against other reporters who have questioned his administration.

“It could be others also,” Trump told reporters at the White House.

The suspension of Acosta’s press pass came after he and Trump had a tense exchange during a news conference Wednesday.

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said the decision was made because of the reporter “placing his hands” on a White House employee who was retrieving the microphone from him as he and Trump argued during the news conference.

There isn’t evidence that this happened as Sanders cited a heavily edited video created by conspiracy theorist Alex Jones of Infowars.

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Anonymous

The video was created by Paul Joseph Watson, not Alex Jones.

Mark sickler

He’s the most comical POTUS we have ever had, by a large margin . Funniest White House Ever.

Melissa

Trump is a dictator. Revoking access to anyone who questions his many lies. Hope people wake up and realize he has tranished the office of the president. God bless America and save us from this self serving, lying, and untrustworthy man.