She wins Quote of the Year for that response.
Kellyanne Conway actually told CNN that Trump is tired of all people throwing 'crocodiles in the water' to defend Trump's attempt to silence press criticisms.
"A word salad of nothingness," perfectly sums up Trump's argument.
Fox News' Shepard Smith and the WSJ's John Bussey dissect Trump's idiotic whines about changing our libel laws.
Sue the press, sue the press!
Trump's assault on the U.S. free press and first amendment continues. He once again said he wants to change the libel laws so he can sue for defamation because his fee-fees are getting hurt.
The Trump administration is seriously looking into trying to change libel laws.
During the White House press briefing, Sean Spicer told the pres corp., that the Trump administration is still interested in changing the libel law protections for the media.
White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus told ABC's Jonathan Karl that the Trump administration has "looked at" the possibility of changing libel laws to allow them to sue The New York Times.
White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus tells ABC's Jonathan Karl that changing libel laws so they can sue the press is something they've "looked at."
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