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Trump spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said "in response to the court, we will temporarily reinstate the reporter's hard pass."
The Justice Department, in a court filing Wednesday, said: "No journalist has a First Amendment right to enter the White House".
It is the second consecutive year that President Trump has celebrated the largest festival of India and Indian Americans in the White House.
This was the first time that an Indian ambassador has been given such a recognition at the White House, which is generally reserved for the envoys of countries like close US ally Israel.
It is the second consecutive year that Trump has celebrated the largest festival of India and Indian Americans in the White House.
The White House Correspondents' Association backed the lawsuit, filed in Washington, D.C., district court.
Harris, 54, the first time Senator from California, made her first trip to Iowa about a month ago, which media analysts here said was in preparation for her potential presidential run.
When Jim Acosta tried to follow up a question about the caravan of migrants, Trump said, "That's enough!" and a female White House aide unsuccessfully tried to grab the microphone from Acosta.
The Diwali celebration was started by former President George W. Bush in 2003 and was carried on by his successor Barack Obama.
US television networks called the Vermont race comfortably in favor of the independent Sanders, who caucuses with Democrats and was easily re-elected to a third Senate term.
Trump's chief economic advisor agreed that H-1B attracts talented professionals and companies currently are having difficulties in hiring people on H-1B visas.
Bolton arrived in Russia Sunday and is set to speak with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
Responding to questions, Kudlow refrained from providing any further detail about the nature of the talks with India.
Haley, 46, announced Tuesday she would resign from her post as the US ambassador to the UN effective at the end of 2018.