More than a dozen news outlets -- from the Associated Press to USA Today, The Washington Post and Politico -- are filing friend-of-the-court briefs to support CNN and Jim Acosta's lawsuit against President Trump and several top aides.
The list represents most of the biggest news organizations in the United States.
The most notable name on the list is Fox News. In fact, Fox went further than most other media companies on Wednesday, issuing a statement that said, "Secret Service passes for working White House journalists should never be weaponized."
The statement came from Jay Wallace, the president of Fox News, hours after Fox commentators like Sean Hannity publicly criticized Acosta and CNN.
The two networks have been rivals for two decades -- but Wallace said this case is about the free press.
"Fox News supports CNN in its legal effort to regain its White House reporter's press credential," Wallace said.
"We intend to file an amicus brief with the U.S. District Court."
Wallace added, "While we don't condone the growing antagonistic tone by both the President and the press at recent media avails, we do support a free press, access and open exchanges for the American people."
Fred Ryan, the publisher and CEO of the Washington Post, also expressed his support for the action in a separate statement.
He said on Tuesday night, "We support CNN in its effort to restore the press credentials of its White House reporter. It is a journalist's role to ask hard questions, hold the powerful to account and provide readers with as much information as possible."
The Post and Fox News are joining the amicus brief along with a long list of others.
Wednesday morning's statement listed The Associated Press, Bloomberg, First Look Media, Gannett, NBC News, The New York Times, Politico, USA Today, the National Press Club Journalism Institute, the Press Freedom Defense Fund, and the E.W. Scripps Company.