The White House notified CNN correspondent Jim Acosta on Friday night that it still planned to revoke his press pass, despite a district court's ruling earlier that day to temporarily restore the pass pending full review of the case.
The White House gave Acosta until Sunday afternoon to reply with his own arguments as to why he should be able to keep it. Acosta's lawyers wrote back saying it would be a violation of his constitutional rights as well as a rejection of the court's Friday decision. His lawyers asked the White House to issue a final decision by 3 pm on Monday.
The correspondence was released Monday morning.