Americans aren’t waiting for Thanksgiving to be done to start their holiday shopping, and a growing number say they plan on opening their wallets wider this year than in years past.
CNN reporter Jim Acosta had his White House press credentials stripped after grilling President Trump in a contentious exchange at a press conference earlier this month, but a judge last week ordered the White House to reinstate those credentials. Voters are split on whether Acosta’s credentials should have been revoked, but they’re suspicious of the media’s motives for reporting stories the way they do.
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