Donald Trump

Trump has crossed a new line with murder accusations and could be sued while president for defamation and "wantonly cruel attacks," Yale law professor writes.
The president has been railing against voting by mail, often spreading misinformation, as states seek to expand its use amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“After 35 years, Kentuckians are still waitin’ for the kind of opportunities Mitch worked so hard to give himself," chides the spot's folksy narrator.
"There's nothing I'd rather do than get rid of my whole Twitter account," the president said.
Mark Kevin Lloyd has a history of making Islamophobic statements. Civil rights groups want him out.
The president told reporters that social media has “unchecked power” and has ceased to be a "neutral public platform."
The president acted against social media companies after Twitter attached a fact-check label to two of his baseless claims.
One Twitter user told one half of the Winklevii that "'Fact checking = censorship' definitely sounds like some 2020 bulls**t."
She argued that if you'd wait an hour to buy a cupcake, you ought to be able to wait that long to vote. Yet in 2018, she ditched the line and voted by mail.
The president had threatened social media companies with new regulation or even shuttering, but he alone can't do that.