A Brief History of Presidents Punishing the Press

No White House in the last 100 years has yanked a credential the way Trump's did to Jim Acosta. But they've found other ways to get back at disfavored reporters.

President Theodore Roosevelt kept close counsel with some journalists but lashed out at those he felt covered him unfairly.
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