Trump demands defamation laws to be changed as he furiously strikes the NYU professor for tweeting a fabricated quote claiming that the president thinks Kim Jong-un would be better in his job than Joe Biden
- Ian Bremmer, the president and founder of Eurasia Group, tweeted on Sunday
- Bremmer claimed that Trump said that Kim Jong-un would be a better president than Biden
- Trump called on Bremmer on Twitter on Monday and said he made up the & # 39; quote & # 39; had
Donald Trump has demanded a change in defamation laws after beating to a professor at the University of New York who tweeted an invented quote attributed to him on Sunday.
Ian Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia Group and professor of political science, posted a tweet on Sunday morning and said that Kim Jong-un would be a better president than Joe Biden.
& # 39; Kim Jong Un is smarter and would become a better president than Sleepy Joe Biden & # 39 ;, Bremmer wrote in the now deleted tweet and attributed it to Trump.
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Ian Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia Group and professor of political science, posted a tweet on Sunday with a false tweet from Trump
Trump tweeted Monday that he had spoken to Bremmer who admitted that he had made up the quote
Hours later, however, Trump struck back with his own tweet and claimed that Bremmer had admitted that the quote was made up.
& # 39; Ian Bremmer now admits that he & # 39; has made a completely ridiculous quote & # 39; & # 39; that he attributes me & # 39 ;, the president wrote on Twitter.
& # 39; This is what is going on in the Fake News era, & # 39; he added, & # 39; People think they can say anything and get away with it. Really, the libel laws must be changed to hold Fake News Media responsible! & # 39;
In a now-removed tweet in the aftermath of the first post, Bremmer seemed to defend the quote with the claim that the & # 39; rather plausible & # 39; used to be.
He wrote: & # 39; This is objectively a very ridiculous quote. And yet quite plausible. Especially on Twitter, where people automatically support their political position. That is the point. & # 39;
The president is currently touring Japan, but has set aside time to dispel the false tweet
Shortly after Bremmer posted the first tweet, he was called by fellow academics who revealed that it was made up.
The Canadian journalist Daniel Dale has posted a tweet: & This quote is made up. As often no idea what Bremmer does. & # 39;
And Geopolitical analyst Ankit Panda wrote: & # 39; This is not a real Trump quote … If you base your view on reality on Ian Bremmer's tweets in 2019, please reconsider. & # 39;
North Korea previously had Biden a & # 39; fool of low IQ & # 39; and an & # 39; imbecile without elemental attributes as a human & # 39; after he had named Kim Jong-un a tyrant in a speech.
Biden accused Trump during a campaign launch on Saturday in Philadelphia to work with & # 39; dictators and tyrants & # 39; such as Kim and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Since then, Bremmer has not only removed the original false quote, but also his own statements and answers amid the growing incidence.
Bremmer was called by journalists and fellow academics after posting the inflammatory tweet
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