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Judge dismisses Stormy Daniels lawsuit against Trump

By Reuters
16 October 2018   |   9:06 am
A U.S. judge has dismissed adult film actress Stormy Daniels’s defamation lawsuit against President Donald Trump and has ordered her to pay his attorney’s fees, saying a tweet the president had written referring to her was protected by free-speech laws.

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