Tuesday's question of the day

Our last question asked: After posting an image he found on Google Patents, a tech writer found himself unexpectedly crowned worldwide as an "expert" on what invention? (And do you agree with his assessment on how it should be used?) That would be toilet paper, and the old patent seems to confirm that TP is meant to be rolled over the top, not under (settling an old argument). As for whether this seems like sound logic, the answer from you thus far has been unanimous. See below.

The very first person to answer that correctly was CNN's David Daniel, who answers the second part, "YES YES YES ABSOLUTELY. The alternative is madness." Honorable mentions belong to Jim DeLaKen Walker (who adds, "And yes, he's totally right"), and Mackenzie Clark (who goes so far as to conclude "Under is unforgivable"). Thanks, everyone!

As for today's question, here it is: A CNN journalist was just refused media credentials to cover whom? What is the initial reasoning he allegedly was given?

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