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The Justice Department under Nixon also filed antitrust charges against the three major television networks.
But consumer advocates are doubtful that the Trump administration would strongly enforce antitrust regulations and hold up the merger.
The exceptions were watchers of technology, media and telecoms firms, who emphasised the importance of antitrust regulation.
To avoid the potential of antitrust violations, the Justice Department required that Wrapports consider other bids.
The most significant question, however, is what will happen to CNN, and in particular, its president, Jeff Zucker, should the Justice Department’s antitrust division approve the $85 billion deal.
The analogy that Hatch was trying to draw between avocado toast and his position on antitrust law is a little more complex, though.
In July, Chris Spielman filed an antitrust lawsuit in federal court against Ohio State over using athletes' images without permission.
The rich white owners are in no need of antitrust exemptions or public subsidies.
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