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Nearly a week after the campaign to reelect President Trump filed a defamation lawsuit against The New York Times, his lawyers are taking another media organization to court.
This time, the reelection campaign is filing a complaint against The Washington Post over what it claims are “false and defamatory” statements published in op-eds.
Similar to the lawsuit against the Times, the Post complaint references opinion-based pieces: “Trump just invited another Russian attack. Mitch McConnell is making one more likely,” and “Trump: I can win reelection with just my base.”