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President Trump on Monday tweeted that libel laws should be changed in the United States, in order to hold the media responsible, and took on the New York University professor wrong to tweet as an example of journalistic malpractice.
Ian Bremmer, President and founder of the Eurasia Group and the New York University political science professor who got problems on Sunday on Twitter, a fake quote attributed to trump.
“Kim Jong Un is smarter and would Biden be a better President than Sleepy Joe,” Bremmer wrote in the now deleted tweet, to Trump it.
North Korea called Biden a “fool, low IQ” and a “moron deprived of the elemental quality as a human being,” according to US presidential candidate recently, the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Un called a tyrant in a recent speech.
Bremmer was on Twitter from many notables.
Canadian journalist Daniel Dale tweeted: “This offer is made. As so often, no idea what Bremmer does.”
Geopolitics analyst Ankit Panda tweeted: “This is not quote a real trump card … If you based your view of reality is based on Ian Bremmer’s tweets in the year 2019, please reconsider.”
Bremmer later allegedly said in a now-deleted tweet: “This is factually call that completely absurd. And yet, somehow, plausible. Especially on twitter, where people can support whatever political position you have. That’s the point.”
Neither Bremmer nor NYU Fox News’ requests for comment is returned.
Trump has said in the past that he is taking a “strong look at our country’s libel laws.”
Brian Hauss, an attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union, said in a statement. January that Trump the threat of missing the bite.
“There is no Federal libel law, and the President has the power to change the Status of the libel laws,” he said, adding that the “First amendment offers strong protection against defamation liability, in particular in relation to statements about public figures or matters of public interest.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report