Stanley: Is Trump an enemy of free speech or merely exercising it in a way that liberals dislike?

( CNN) Slowly, tweet by tweet, we are building an courtesy of online action. The principle is: be as nasty as you like, but there may well be results. The objection seems to be Donald Trump, who sometimes seems like he is on a one-man mission to test the limits of free speech.

Last week, President Trump tweeted a video of himself wrestling a soul to the floor, the man’s thought digitally replaced with the CNN logo. CNN tracked down the Reddit user who organized the video, and also asked him about other uprights of his that consisted of prejudiced, Islamophobic, and anti-Semitic speech and imagery. HanA ** holeSolo, as the subscribers is known, apologized profusely, was of the view that he adores “people of all hastens, professions and inceptions, ” and was of the view that the video wasn’t intended to instigate violence against the media.

The President, on the other mitt, did not say “sorry.” He tweeted: “My use of social media is not Presidential – it’s MODERN DAY PRESIDENTIAL. Make America Great Again! “