Call it Donald's Law: Trump wants to overhaul American libel law

12 Enero, 2018, 03:30 | Author: Kelly Blake

On Tuesday, news broke that Steve Bannon, US President Donald Trump's former chief White House strategist, was once more out of a job after being forced out of Breitbart News.

Quite as dumbfounded by his old friend Donald Trump's victory as most everyone else, Ailes provided the gathering with something of a mini-seminar on the randomness and absurdities of politics.

This comes after the release of a controversial tell-all book about Trump's first months in the White House.

We are going to take a very, very strong look at that. Burck is not representing Bannon before special counsel Robert Mueller or inquiries relating to Bannon's work during the transition or days in the White House, according to the source. "We are going to take a very, very strong look at that".

As with his designs for Time, created to illustrate Trump's escalating "meltdown" during the presidential campaign, Rodriguez chose the colours of the flame to resemble the president's visage.

Fire and Fury depicts a chaotic stream of advisors befuddled by the machinations of the White House and absent of any consistent legislative agenda.

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"These people are so incompetent - such stumblebums - that I think it may be very hard to prove intent", he said. He and other White House aides have blasted the book as inaccurate trash. For now, I'll go with the final paragraph of the Politifact.com article. The caption reads: "Year One".

Later, Kimmel noted that Trump had reached a major milestone: "According to the Washington Post, which has been keeping track, yesterday, Trump told his 2000th lie since taking office".

"They forget that they don't really have control of the outcome... it's in keeping that [Bannon] would have sort of wanted to glorify himself to this reporter and he thought that's how it would be done", Lindorff added. He pressed the case again on Sunday, tweeting: "I've had to put up with the Fake News from the first day I announced that I would be running for President". He has not said exactly what he wants in return for keeping the program.

As I wrote after Wolff's "Today" appearance, the author's methods do not directly undermine the veracity of his reporting. In response to Bannon's having called a June 2016 meeting between Trump campaign officials and Russians "treasonous" and "unpatriotic", Trump said in a statement that his former colleague had "lost his mind".

Fire and Fury, penned by veteran political writer Michael Wolff, arrived at the Waterstones store in Edinburgh's West End, after bumper online sales in America and online.

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