Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said Friday he wants to “open up” libel laws protecting reporters so he can sue them for “horrible” stories about him.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said Friday he wants to “open up” libel laws protecting reporters so he can sue them for “horrible” stories about him. Sue Ogrocki Associated Press
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said Friday he wants to “open up” libel laws protecting reporters so he can sue them for “horrible” stories about him. Sue Ogrocki Associated Press

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