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Judge sides with CNN, White House must restore Acosta press pass

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In a win for CNN, a federal judge ordered the Trump administration to restore White House Correspondent Jim Acosta's press pass on a temporary basis. Acosta must now work with the White House to fully reinstate his press credentials.