Facing a Potential Department of justice probe over January 6, 2021 attack on Capitol and more legal quicksand, Donald Trump is gone on in offensive against old enemy of CNN with defamation suit.
“This letter serves as an official notice of in false statements about President Donald J. Trump (“President Trump”) in numerous articles and television broadcasts published by Cable News Network, Inc. (“CNN”), including but not limited to the discussed below”, – stated in the official statement dated July 21. former D.C. Presidential Lawyers from Ifrah Law, PLLC Sent to CNN boss Chris Licht and Executive Vice President and General Counsel David Vigilante. In particular, Kafkaesque correspondence focuses on on on-air as well as online use from the talent and reporters of CNN Marque of in term “Big Lie” in As for Trump’s repeated claims that the 2020 election will stolen from him and the Republican Party.
“In this case, President Trump’s comments are not lies: he subjectively believes that results of the 2020 presidential election turned out to be on voting fraud in several key states”, 282-page letter from lawyers with exhibits are coming on to tell, using Definition of Webster’s Dictionary of the word “false” to emphasize their legally looming point of view. “No regrets for Sincere Faith of President Trump in his statements, CNN published numerous articles characterizing him as a “liar” and a supplier of “Big lie,” the letter says. (read it here.)
Above past year and halfTrump kept saying he was winner of presidential election of 2020, telling the audience as early as Tuesday that he “won a second time.” (In his story on trump speech in Washington DC, CNN referred to former President’s statement as “lie around 2020 election”). The January 6 Committee hearing showed that despite Trump’s insistence that he won In the 2020 elections, he was told that his allegations of electoral fraud were unfounded.
Now how anyone who drew attention to former Celebrity Apprentice host before, during, and after his reign in the White House, Donald Trump loves to try to intimidate critics, competitors and non-Rupert Murdoch media with legal action. For the most part, this exercise in bloviation and nothing ever comes of It. That, as the 2022 interim results approach and announcement of Trump’s expected third attack on the White House could happen even earlier, could take place here with this volley against CNN, owned by Warner Bros. discovery. Either way the clock is ticking to some extent.
“CNN should publish full just correction, apology or refutation, in same editions or corresponding editions of in website publication in that the aforementioned articles, transcripts or broadcasts appeared and in like conspicuous place and dial as said original article, transcript or broadcast within 10 (ten) days from the date of service of this is a notice,” reads the correspondence from last a week.
“Failure to publish such correction, apology or retraction will result in innings of claim and recovery of damages against youCNN”.
CNN did not respond to Deadline’s inquiries. comment on almost a week old letter.
However, not surprisingly, fresh off gloomy and displeased speech in Yesterday DC at the America First Policy Institute Trump really more say about the letter of his lawyers.
“I notified CNN of my intention is to sue over their repeated slanderous statements against me,” the ex-president said. in statement today after CNN’s letter became public. “I will also start action against Another media the shops who deceived me and deceived public about irrefutable evidence of fraud in the 2020 elections,” he said. on say, perhaps alluding to Murdoch-owned Fox News being forced through the courts to like him again. “I will never stop fighting for in truth as well as for in future of our country!”
Ted Johnson contributed to this report.