Trump called Jacobus a dummy after she appeared on CNN last February.
From the Associated Press:
Trump retaliated in a tweet that night. Trump tweeted that Jacobus had "begged us for a job. We said no and she went hostile," calling her "a real dummy." Days later he tweeted that she was a "major loser, zero credibility!"
Jacobus filed a $4 million lawsuit, saying Trump's online attacks had cost her TV appearances and inspired bullying from Trump supporters.
In her 20-page opinion, signed Monday, Jaffe wrote that although Trump's "intemperate tweets are clearly intended to belittle and demean plaintiff," they wouldn't prevent her from working as a consultant and political commentator.
Jacobus' lawyer, Jay Butterman, vowed to appeal the decision. He said the ruling had effectively given "now President-elect Donald Trump a free pass to trample on the free speech rights of any critic."Speaking of trampling on free speech rights -- isn't that what Butterman's filing of this lawsuit was all about?
The only reason Jacobus cannot get a gig is that Never Trumpers are a drug on the market.
This is what free speech is, children. Yes, you can criticize the president of the United States.
But he can criticize you back.
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