Collins had served as a representative of the television networks during an earlier pool spray in the Oval Office.
President Trump has repeatedly attacked CNN as "fake news" and has refused to take questions from CNN reporters. A day earlier, CNN had obtained and aired a secret audio recording that captured Trump and Cohen discussing a potential payment to a former Playboy model who claims she had an affair with Trump.
Kaitlan Collins: "Mr. President, are you anxious about what Michael Cohen is going to say to prosecutors?" "And that can't happen".
Collins' behavior was not out of order from the standard procedure of White House reporters who regularly pose questions to the president at the conclusion of press events.
Numerous reporters, including many from the European Union delegation, had been shouting questions, and, as usual, it took some time for the pack of journalists to file out the doors.
Former CIA Director John Brennan called Trump's performance treasonous, and the White House fired back that it was looking into stripping the security clearances of Brennan and others it said "monetize" their clearances.
The ultra-competitive White House press corps is displaying something rare and refreshing: Solidarity.
Trump claims his campaign was spied upon illegally, offers no evidence
In investigating, Steele assembled the body of documents that has become infamous as the Russian Federation dossier. But he denies that his campaign coordinated with Russian Federation .
Palestinian Authority says foiled U.S. 'conspiracy'
Erdogan has called for a summit of Muslim leaders twice in the past six months after U.S. It passed in the 120-seat parliament by a vote of 62-55 with two abstentions.
North Korea begins dismantling Sohae Satellite Launching Station: 38 North
North Korea has carried out a total of six nuclear tests, the most recent of which took place in September previous year . A satellite image released by 38 North on Monday showing the partial dismantling at the Sohae launch site in North Korea.
White House deputy chief of staff for communications Bill Shine challenged reporters on Thursday about whether the administration had ever used the word "ban".
Asked what word he used, he didn't answer directly, saying: "When you ask her if we ever use the word 'ban, ' then I will answer that".
His comments come amid an ongoing political storm in the USA, where reports have emerged claiming that Mr Trump did know in advance about a meeting between his son and Russian agents.
"I think it should start here at the White House and just show a little bit more respect", she said.
Former Pentagon spokesman and Trump campaign national security director, JD Gordon, conceded that Russian Federation meddled in the 2016 United States presidential elections in an exclusive interview on Al Jazeera's Head to Head programme.
"As a member of the White House press pool, Fox stands firmly with CNN on this issue of access", Baier said on "Special Report", where he also read from CNN's statement on the matter.
The White House scrapped plans for the summit this fall one day after a Russian official said the country was not ready to accept Trump's invitation.