A federal judge in Washington, D.C., delivered a decisive blow to Trump Friday, ruling in favor of CNN and the news media. Judge Timothy Kelly, a Trump appointee, ordered the White House to restore correspondent Jim Acosta's press credentials, something the White House said later it would do. Trump reacted predictably. He defied the court's ruling. He said the White House is crafting new “rules and regulations” for reporters. Trump threatened to shut down future press interactions if a reporter is "acting out of sorts." “We have to practice decorum,” Trump told reporters in the Oval Office. “So we're setting up a certain standard, which is what the court is requesting.”Trump predicted that if journalists do not abide by the new rules, “we'll end up back in court and we'll win.“ “More importantly, we'll just leave. And then you won't be very happy, because we do get good ratings,” he said. All of which is pure B.S. His mindless rhetoric was expected, but he will do nothing. With Mueller and his questions which Trump claims he answered easily -- more B.S. -- the last thing Trump needs now is a fight with the judicial branch and a major escalation of his war on the press. He is not to be taken seriously. One reason being, it is Trump who is lacking decorum in his measly three solo press conferences. Will he follow any hypothetical rules of decorum? Trump himself frequently lashes out at reporters or cuts them off when he does not like their questions. As he did with Acosta. Acosta had asked the president about the racist, anti-immigration ad from his re-election campaign that was subsequently banned from airing by Facebook, NBC, Fox, and elsewhere. Trump tore into the journalist after refusing to answer the question in a truthful manner. “I’ll tell you what, CNN should be ashamed of itself having you working for them,” said Trump to Acosta. “You are a rude, terrible person. You shouldn’t be working for CNN.” He told CNN's Abby Philip she had asked a “stupid question“ when she inquired about whether he appointed Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general to sway the Russia investigation. Trump accused PBS NewsHour's Yamiche Alcindor of asking a “racist question“ when she questioned him about reports of voter suppression in the midterm elections. When asked whether his rhetoric was encouraging political violence, Trump accused the reporter of “creating violence by your questions.“ Trump called journalist April Ryan a "loser" who "doesn't know what the hell she is doing" while speaking to reporters at the White House. There is little doubt the White House press corps would welcome rules of decorum if the President will faithfully abide by his own rules.