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Goodbye Europe, Article 13 Youtube Ban, Serial Swatter GUILTY, Fox News Backs CNN, & More… | Philip DeFranco

Goodbye Europe, Article 13 Youtube Ban, Serial Swatter GUILTY, Fox News Backs CNN, & More… | Philip DeFranco

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CNN demanda a Trump por suspender credencial a periodista | Al Rojo Vivo | Telemundo | Al Rojo Vivo

CNN demanda a Trump por suspender credencial a periodista | Al Rojo Vivo | Telemundo | Al Rojo Vivo

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El incidente que originó el retiro del pase de prensa del periodista se presentó en la Casa Blanca hace unos dias. SUBSCRIBETE: Al Rojo Vivo: “Al Rojo Vivo con María Celeste” es una revista noticiosa que, en una hora, lleva al televidente en un recorrido a través del mundo. Es una “paella informativa” que ofrece algo para todos los gustos: noticias locales e internacionales, entretenimiento, moda, entrevistas en vivo, investigaciones especiales, notas de interés humano, salud, alertas al consumidor y lo nuevo en tecnología. SUBSCRIBETE: Telemundo Es una división de Empresas y Contenido Hispano de NBCUniversal, liderando la industria en la producción y distribución de contenido en español de alta calidad a través de múltiples plataformas para los hispanos en los EEUU y a audiencias al
‘Placing hands on intern’: White House and media at loggerheads over CNN reporter Acosta ban  | Russia Today

‘Placing hands on intern’: White House and media at loggerheads over CNN reporter Acosta ban | Russia Today

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President Trump has had his say over a CNN journalist accused of inappropriate behavior at a White House press conference. He defended a twitter post that apparently shows reporter Jim Acosta pushing the arm of an intern, as he tries to ask the president follow-up questions. The US is split over the issue, with some claiming the video has been doctored in order to justify banning Acosta from the White House. RT LIVE Check out Subscribe to RT! Like us on Facebook Follow us on VK Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Instagram Follow us on Google+ #RT (Russia Today) is a global #news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
‘What a stupid question’: Trump attacks press as he defends new acting attorney general | Guardian News

‘What a stupid question’: Trump attacks press as he defends new acting attorney general | Guardian News

United Kingdom
Donald Trump has continued his attack on journalists, telling CNN reporter Abby Phillips her question on the Trump-Russia investigation was 'stupid'. It came as the president defended Matt Whitaker, the new acting attorney general, who Trump denied talking to about the  Mueller investigation and insists he ‘didn’t know’ him Trump denies talking to new acting attorney general about Mueller investigation
Sarah Sanders accused of sharing ‘doctored’ video to justify CNN ban  | ABC News | ABC News

Sarah Sanders accused of sharing ‘doctored’ video to justify CNN ban | ABC News | ABC News

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White House press secretary Sarah Sanders has been accused of sharing a "doctored" video which exaggerates the actions of CNN reporter Jim Acosta to justify suspending his credentials. Acosta had his hard pass to access the White House grounds revoked hours after a testy exchange with US President Donald Trump during a press conference. The White House said it was because Acosta put "his hands on" an intern who was trying to grab a microphone off him, while CNN said it was "retaliation for his challenging questions". Read more here: For more from ABC News, click here: Follow us on Twitter: Like us on Facebook: Subscribe to us on YouTube: Follow us on Instagram:
Was Video of Reporter Jim Acosta Doctored to Look More Aggressive? | Inside Edition

Was Video of Reporter Jim Acosta Doctored to Look More Aggressive? | Inside Edition

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Did the White House share a doctored video of CNN correspondent Jim Acosta's encounter with an intern during a testy exchange with President Trump? Acosta, who's a frequent target of the president, had his press pass revoked late Wednesday after being accused of "placing his hands" on an intern who was trying to take a microphone away from him. The reporter was in the midst of a terse back-and-forth with Trump, whom he was trying to ask a question about a migrant caravan heading for the U.S.