On Tuesday morning, the Capitol Hill standing committee, the group that decides whether or not to grant news organizations permanent press credentials, again denied Breitbart News’s application. Shortly after 10 a.m., the committee voted in favor of “tabling the application and discontinuing temporary credentials without any extension” for Breitbart. The pro-Trump, right-wing outlet has been using temporary credentials for the past couple of years and the current passes expire at the end of May. One member of the committee said “let them go away and take some time” to work out their issues then come back to reapply. The committee stressed it was not “singling out” the conservative website. Breitbart, formerly run by Steve Bannon, President Trump’s chief strategist, was last denied permanent credentials by the committee a month ago. A request for comment from Matt Boyle, Breitbart’s political editor, was not immediately returned. The previous time the site was denied credentials, committee members cited the unresolved masthead and potential conflicts.