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Commentary: Devin Nunes won't win against comedy

If any politicians lack standing to complain about being mocked or bullied on Twitter, it is staunch supporters of Donald Trump, a president who constantly uses the platform to abuse his political enemies. If any are particularly ill-positioned to sue Twitter over satire or mockery, it's Trump-supporting Republicans who also champion the Discouraging Frivolous Lawsuits Act.

Yet Rep. Devin Nunes, a staunch Trump supporter who recently

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