Update: According to ABC News Chief White House Correpsondent Jonathan Karl, "A senior WH official tells me the White House is dropping its effort to ban Jim Acosta for his behavior at the Nov 7 press conference. The office says, however, the White House reserves the right to revoke Acosta's pass if he violates White House decorum in the future."
The White House will pull CNN correspondent Jim Acosta's press credentials again after a 14-day temporary court-order expires, according to the network, which has asked for an emergency hearing to defend Acosta's access.
"Friday's court ruling means that a temporary restraining order is in effect for 14 days. But [White House] officials sent Acosta a letter stating that his press pass is set to be suspended again once the restraining order expires," reports CNN's Brian Stelter.