Рreѕidеnt Тrumр Оffiсiаlly Winѕ Dеfаmatiоn Вattlе! Ѕurрriѕing Нerо Оn Тhе Wаy!
As more and more leftist activists were starting to accept the idea for pressing charges for defamation on the president for the alleged “insults” he tweets, the court of appeals made a decision – it is high time to react before someone takes advantage of the “holes” in the system to get to Trump, beside the fact that he is innocent and in some cases objectivity in the context of the tweets.
Earlier this week, a New York appeals court ruled out a bill that charges for defamation on President Trump for his statements on Twitter cannot be pressed – he is not insulting someone, he is only making a statements.Via The Daily Caller:
“The decision was made after Republican strategist Cheryl Jacobus accused Trump of tweeting a “virtual mob” in order to attack her after she questioned whether he was fit for office on national television.
In his response, the president said that she is a “real dummy!”, “major loser” and claimed she “begged” him for a job on his campaign, regardless of her insistences that she did not.
Jacobus was seeking $4 million in damages against the president, and her lawyer, Jay Butterman, stated Tuesday was “not a happy day for democracy”.
Now, a five-judge panel in Manhattan have successfully reached the verdict and agreed with New York Judge Barbara Jaffe that was amongst the first to stand up for Trump’s “intemperate tweets”, saying that it is nothing more than a regular usage of the First Amendment, not something that is meant to “belittle and demean”.
The court of appeals issued an explanation that the tweets were “too vague, subjective and lacking precise meaning” to be qualified as defamatory and were protected speech.”According to all this, our president is finally safe from allegations like these. He can now be comfortable that no one will try to push him for his regular and favorite way of communication, which would be violating his First Amendment right.
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