President Clinton holds a V-chip at the Library of Congress in Washington Thursday Feb. 8, 1996 where he signed the Telecommunications Reform Act. The chip gives parents a powerful tool to zap from their television sets shows electronically rated for violent and other objectionable content. (AP Photo/Doug Mills)
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We Have Bill Clinton to Thank in Part for Trump’s Propaganda Machine

The Telecommunications Act of 1996 helped pave the way for Sinclair’s broadcasting monopoly.

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