Trump didn’t like a book- Now he’s questioning our right to free speech

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Since Michael’s Wolff’s new book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House was released, Trump has been bashing Wolff and the book. He has even criticized libel laws, calling them “very weak.” 

Trump’s remarks suggest that he wants to see tougher laws on free speech. During his news conference on Saturday, Trump stated that if libel laws “were strong… you wouldn’t have things like that happen where you can say whatever comes into your head.”

The book has caused Trump to face questions about his mental capacity. It also portrays him as being unfit to be president. On Saturday, in a tweet storm, he continued to deny the claims and tweeted he is a “very stable genius.”

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During the news conference, he was asked why he thought he had to tweet about his mental state.

Trump replied that he went to “the best college” and that he was an “excellent” student. He also brought up that after college he “made billions and billions of dollars… [and] became one of the best business people.” He continued to talk about his “tremendous success” on tv. He also added that he “ran for President one time, and won.”

Then he went on to talk about Wolff and called him a “fraud.”He described the book as “a complete work of fiction.”

Wolff’s book continues to top Amazon’s bestseller list, especially after Trump has tried to stop the publication of the book.

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