It’s been more than a week and a half since CNN reporter Jim Acosta lost his press credentials.

Acosta lost the credentials after he refused to yield the microphone to other reporters. The problem was he physically prevented other reporters from asking questions so an intern at the White House went to seize the microphone and Acosta testily yanked it from her hand. This is what inspired the eventual revocation.

After losing his credentials, Acosta was barred from the White House.

Shortly thereafter, CNN appealed the suspension and filed an injunction and got a court order to have Acosta’s credentials reinstated.

Under their filing, CNN maintained Trump’s suspension of credentials was a violation of Acosta’s first and fifth amendment rights.

They argued Acosta losing his credentials wasn’t just unfair to the reporter…

But that it threatened “all journalists and news organizations.”

In a statement the network said.

“The White House is continuing to violate the First and 5th Amendments of the Constitution,” the network stated. “These actions threaten all journalists and news organizations. Jim Acosta and CNN will continue to report the news about the White House and the President.”

CNN did get Acosta’s pass reinstated when they received a temporary restoration of his pass from U.S. District Judge Timothy Kelly last Friday.

The ruling Acosta’s pass limited, and will expire on the 30th of November.

In a statement, Kelly said only Acosta’s Fifth Amendment rights to due process were violated.

The Hill said, “The judge, who was appointed by Trump, did not issue a ruling on whether the correspondent’s First Amendment rights were violated.”

“I want to emphasize the very limited nature of this ruling,” Kelly said Friday.

When it expires the White House has indicated they will then renew Acosta’s suspension.

“The White House is threatening to again pull CNN correspondent Jim Acosta’s press credentials after a court-ordered temporary restoration expires at the end of the month, the network reported late Sunday.

‘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,’ reported CNN senior media correspondent Brian Stelter.”