From how I read the article, the constitutional lawsuit is about (access).
...4. Will you continue to blatantly ignore the clear indisputable evidence that Trump has interfere with the freedom of the press?...
The following are your exact words Brandon9000.
The following is the question you asked farmerman.
I clearly have answered your specific question Brandon9000
If you Brandon9000, continue to ignore that this specific question has been answered, I will continue to remind you.
Brandon9000 wrote to: farmerman
Well, I've asked you twice now and you didn't answer. You claimed that president Trump is a fascist. When I asked for an example of his fascism, you claimed that he has interfered with freedom of the (press). For the third time, back up that assertion.
Real Music writing to: Brandon9000
Here is an example of Trump interfering with the freedom of the (press).
Based on the constitutional lawsuit in the article, Fox News, CNN, CBS, AP, Gannett, New York Times, USA Today, Politico, Bloomberg, Washington Post and others would (disagree) with you.
You started with the name calling. You called me a Liberal.
You called me a liberal, that's an insult.
How dare you tell me I'm wrong, I know when I've been insulted and you can't get more insulting that that.
And don't pretend you don't know either, try being honest for a change.
Less than a day after President Donald Trump outraged many members of the Jewish community for his comments about their loyalty, he tweeted out the claim that Israeli Jews view him as the "second coming of God."
In a series of tweets Wednesday morning, Mr. Trump quoted conservative radio host and known conspiracy theorist Wayne Allyn Root, who practically declared the president the Messiah during his show Tuesday night.
Quoting Root's tweet, Mr. Trump shared the message that he is "the greatest President for Jews and for Israel in the history of the world," that "the Jewish people in Israel love him like he's the King of Israel" and even that "They love him like he is the second coming of God."
Mr. Trump said "Wow!" and thanked Root for the "very nice words."
Root is a self-described "Jew turned evangelical Christian" and the author of a 2015 book titled "Angry White Male: How the Donald Trump Phenomenon Is Changing America," which had a forward by now-indicted Trump associate Roger Stone.
Root is also known for promoting bogus right-wing conspiracy theories. He attended Columbia University while Barack Obama was also studying there, then later falsely claimed that Mr. Obama did not actually attend the school. More recently, he falsely said on Twitter that the 2017 mass shooting in Las Vegas, which killed 58 people, was an act of Muslim terrorism. The gunman was not Muslim and investigators were unable to determine a motive.
The latest tweets come a day after President Trump criticized "any Jewish people that vote for a Democrat," saying it "shows either a total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty." Leaders in the Jewish community raised concerns that the president was promoting anti-Semitic stereotypes by casting Jews as disloyal. Such accusations have a long and disturbing history of being used against Jews, said Jonathan Greenblatt, chief executive of the Anti-Defamation League.
Polling shows that a majority of Jewish Americans identify as Democrats and did not vote for Mr. Trump in 2016.
"the Jewish people in Israel love him like he's the King of Israel"