Do you remember when John Oliver flipped off Trump’s favorite coal baron – who then tried to intimidate him with a lawsuit? We do.
After demanding that the whistleblower be identified, Trump attacked the whistleblower's lawyer, saying he "should be sued. Maybe for treason."
The commissioners denied the request on the day Trump ordered all federal government agencies to cancel their subscriptions to the New York Times.
Clinton told the audience, “Like that Old Testament prophet, he stood against corrupt leadership of King Ahab and Queen Jezebel.”
The Texas "voter fraud" scheme led to a lawsuit and settlement that required Republican officials to completely walk back their baseless allegations.
Contrary to what the Justice Department wants us to believe, the First Amendment is not a special privilege that belongs only to officially recognized journalists.