Federal judge validates free press lawsuit against Trump

President Donald Trump will have to face charges of violating free press rights by revoking press badges and security clearances. Federal judge Lorna Schofield ruled that PEN America could proceed with hits claim that Trump used his authority to punish The Washington Post, CNN, NBC, and the press corps covering the White House. (The Hollywood Reporter, March 24, 2020, by Eriq Gardner)

Schofield said the charges were credible in that Trump had denied reporters access to press conferences and revoked CNN’s Jim Acosta’s White House press corps credentials. She said Trump acted to control and punish speech he found troubling. (Bloomberg News, March 24, 2020, by Chris Dolmetsch)

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