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Bomb threat forces CNN to evacuate New York offices yet again


LOS ANGELES (CIRCA) -- CNN evacuated its New York offices Thursday night after a bomb threat was phoned into the cable network.

New York police closed down traffic near the Time Warner Center, where CNN's New York offices are housed, as they investigated the threat.

The station aired taped segments during the evacuation.

In late October, CNN was among a slew of percieved enemies of President Donald Trump who received bomb-like packages in the mail. Trump's relationship with the channel is severely unfriendly, even more than with most journalists, whom he calls "the enemy of the people."

The president is very antagonistic with CNN's Jim Acosta and at one point the White House revoked his credential.

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