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<<Not 270 million, but likely 5 million for him and 5 mil for the lawyers.

Then he can go after the other news outlets that did their hatchet jobs.

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Perhaps the Supreme Court will eliminate it's Times vs Sullivan decision so that more people damaged by reckless news media will be able to sue for and collect damages.

The First Amendment was never intended to allow the news media to negligently damage people and get away with it.

And if the New York Times discovers that they can be sued in Small Town, Mississippi, for slandering someone, perhaps they will be more sympathetic towards tort reform.


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