Trump Says He Would Block AT&T-Time Warner Merger if elected President

“Deals like this destroy democracy, said Trump during a rally in Gettysburg, PA on Saturday.

Donald Trump expressed he would not approve the AT&T and Time Warner merger if he was elected president. “Deals like this destroy democracy, said Trump during a rally in Gettysburg, PA on Saturday where he discussed what he would do in his first 100 days of presidency.

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Trump also said he would like to break up the Comcast/NBC Universal merger.

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He added he would pursue legal action against his sexual assault accusers “after the election.”

The AT&T deal, which has been valued at $85 billion, has not been finalized and would be subject to regulatory approval. Comcast was denied in its effort to buy Time Warner Cable.