Politics Donald Trump files whopping $475 million lawsuit against CNN
Constance Wu accuses 'Fresh Off The Boat' producer of sexual harassment and intimidation: 'I kept my mouth shut for a really long time'
Constance Wu made the accusations Friday at The Atlantic Festival while discussing her upcoming memoir, "Making a Scene."Wu spoke about the accusations Friday at The Atlantic Festival while promoting her upcoming memoir, "Making a Scene." Wu, 40, became a household name in 2015 for portraying Jessica Huang on the six-season ABC sitcom.
isn’t content with a quiet presidential retirement, and he has now filing a jugular lawsuit against CNN for a “smear campaign”.
The former reality TV show host is seeking $475 million in punitive damages from the broadcaster according to, with his legal team believing CNN has only increased their negative publicity of the man who inspired an attempted insurrection. Trump’s aides have alleged CNN have consistently voiced negative and defamatory characteristics, with the filing citing several articles and on-air presentations since 2020.
Once nicknamed 'Murderapolis,' the city that became the center of the 'Defund the Police' movement is grappling with heightened violent crime
Marnette Gordon was doing laundry at home in Minneapolis one summer morning last year when a call came from her 36-year-old son. She figured her son, Telly Blair, was checking in to see if she wanted a soda from a gas station down the street, where he often went for fuel and snacks. “Mom, I’ve been shot,” he said. “Call the police!” Marnette, her other son Tamarcus and his 12-year-old daughter rushed to the gas station from their home in the city’s north side, a part of town long beset by violent crime. Blair’s family came upon his blue 1986 Chevy Caprice at pump No.
One of the most interesting things is the filing referencing a CNN article which commented that Trump had become known for repeating racist talking points. The several comparisons to Adolf Hitler have also been referenced in the suit, with CNN often discussing Trump as a threat to American democracy and noting similarities to the Nazi Party’s rise to power.
Curiously, some of the comments and quotes Trump has taken issue with were not made by CNN’s staff, but instead guests and two House Democrats. Ayanna Pressley had remarked on Trump going well beyond dog-whistles in his speeches, and it’s one of the comments Trump is taking CNN to court over.
Similarly to the Hitler comparisons, Trump’s team has taken issue with essentially Trump’s own remarks. The 45th President repeatedly spread lies over voter fraud, but CNN referring to Trump’s continuous election fraud charade as “the big lie” has them believing it’s a direct reference to Hitler’s words in Mein Kampf.
This isn’t the first time Trump has taken CNN to court, with a 2020 opinion piece on the broadcaster’s website causing him to sue. It was thrown out of court by a judge very quickly, with his team unable to show how the piece was done with malice.
Trump constantly talks about Ron DeSantis to his aides as the Florida governor is poised to be his most formidable opponent in the 2024 election, NYT's Maggie Haberman tells CNN. .
The New York Times' Maggie Haberman discussed Donald Trump's mindset during a CNN interview about her new book on the former president."There is no potential candidate in the Republican field who Trump has talked about more to his aides than Ron DeSantis," Haberman told CNN in an interview on Tuesday about her new book, "Confidence Man: The Making of Donald Trump and the Breaking of America." "It is a constant running discussion.