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There could be other lawsuits coming against newsrooms from the White House.

During a press conference on Wednesday night, President Trump was asked about his libel lawsuit against the New York Times over an opinion piece published on March 27 that accused him of working with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Trump doubled down on his support for filing a libel lawsuit over opinion pieces and claimed he may file more in the future.

The article goes on to state the following:

“Well, when they get their opinion totally wrong, as the New York Times did, and, frankly, they’ve got a lot wrong over the last number of years, so we’ll let that work its way through the courts,” Trump said.

“If you read it, you’ll see it’s beyond an opinion. That’s not an opinion. That’s something much more than an opinion. They did a bad thing, and there will be more coming,” Trump said.

In response to the lawsuit, the New York Times said, “The Trump campaign has turned to the courts to try to punish an opinion writer for having an opinion they find unacceptable.

“Fortunately, the law protects the rights of Americans to express their judgments and conclusions, especially about events of public importance. We look forward to vindicating that right in this case.”


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