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Truth Social does not ‘want to be beholden to Google': Devin Nunes

Trump Media and Technology Group CEO Devin Nunes noted on Friday that Truth Social is attempting to build its own ad platform "because we don't want to be beholden to Google." The former California congressman, who now runs former President Trump's app Truth Social, made the comment on "Mornings with Maria" the day after a bipartisan group of senators led by Utah Republican Mike Lee introduced legislation that would force Google to break up its dominant online-ad business.
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Devin Nunes says Trump won’t go back to Twitter if Musk buys it claiming his much mocked Truth Social has better engagement

Supporters of former president Donald Trump who are cheering Elon Musk’s bid to buy Twitter as a sign that the ex-president’s permanent ban from the platform may be lifted under new ownership will be disappointed to hear that he has no plans to return to the social network that helped fuel his unprecedented rise to the presidency.According to ex-California representative Devin Nunes — who resigned from Congress to run Mr Trump’s own “Truth Social” platform — the twice-impeached ex-president isn’t so keen on reviving the Twitter account he used to bully world leaders, fire aides, and urge supporters to...
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Devin Nunes Loses Yet Again In His Quixotic, Censorial SLAPP Cases

Despite a Washington Post media critic (bizarrely) calling the lawsuit “halfway decent,” a judge quickly sent the case to its proper venue where it was (relatively) quickly dismissed. As we noted at the time, most of the decision to toss the case revolved around choice of law issues, regarding which state’s laws to apply. This case actually involved four possible sets of laws: Virginia, Washington DC, New York and California. Frankly, I think the case would be a loser under all four sets of laws, but exactly how does depend on which laws are being used. Nunes desperately wanted to make sure California’s (ostensibly his “home” state) laws did not apply, in part because California law requires that you first ask the news org to retract the speech you claim is defamatory (which it appears Nunes did not do).
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Trump ally Devin Nunes loses CNN defamation appeal

NEW YORK, April 14 (Reuters) - A federal appeals court said Devin Nunes, the former California congressman and an ally of former U.S. President Donald Trump, cannot revive his defamation lawsuit against CNN over reports he was involved in efforts to uncover damaging Ukraine-related information about Joe Biden. In a...
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Court rejects US Rep Devin Nunes’ lawsuit against CNN

NEW YORK (AP) — A divided federal appeals court in New York has rejected a defamation lawsuit that former U.S. Rep. Devin Nunes brought against CNN. In a 2-to-1 ruling, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan upheld a lower-court judge’s decision last year to toss out the lawsuit. The California Republican had alleged the cable news company intentionally published a false news article in November 2019 and engaged in a conspiracy against him. The lower-court judge concluded that the case was governed by California law, which requires that a retraction be demanded in writing within 20 days of the publication of a story.
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