7 Facts About White House

1. White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders in a Fox News interview late Friday, after a federal judge ordered that the Trump administration reinstate CNN reporter Jim Acosta's press credentials, said that the television network needs to send.

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2. White House working on new rules for reporters after Acosta decision, Trump says.

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3. The White House has filed a memo opposing CNN's suit against the Trump administration, saying no journalist has a constitutional right to access.

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4. The White House announced the removal of a top national security official on Wednesday, a day after First Lady Melania Trump issued an extraordinary call for her ouster.

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5. White House dumps senior official after clash with Melania Trump.

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6. The White House retains the right to have these items returned.

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7. White House is the official residence and workplace of the President of the United States.

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