Judge rules AT&T can’t see Trump White House communications about the Time Warner merger

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In an important early decision in the case, the judge presiding over the Justice Department's attempt to block the AT & T-Time Warner merger has ruled that White House private communications about the merger will not be released.
Judge said the companies were "too short" of the legal bar
When the department said in November that it was going to sue to block the mega merger, the thoughts immediately went to the White House. President Trump has not hidden his disdain for CNN, and some observers questioned whether the hand of the White House was present, guiding the Justice Department as a way to take revenge on the property of Time Warner.
The Justice Department has denied any wrongdoing and said it only seeks to block the merger in …

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