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Sanders Stands By Decision to Revoke Acosta's Press Pass; Plays Video in Slow Motion

The Trump administration received backlash for pulling Jim Acosta's press pass late Wednesday evening. While some cheered the decision, others disagreed with the reasoning behind the decision.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, however, said the Trump administration stands by their decision. Sanders also included a slow motion video of earlier's encounter between Acosta and an intern, which highlights the incident the White House describes as Acosta "placing his hands on a young woman." 

Whether or not Acosta hit/assaulted/pushed/shoved (whatever you want to call it) remains up for debate amongst media folks.

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