From the March 1 edition of Fox News' The Five:
JUAN WILLIAMS (CO-HOST): [Trump's] idea is that if you write something wrong --
GREG GUTFELD (CO-HOST): But you could still sue. They're suing Rolling Stone over the false rape story. You can sue. That happens. That already happens. You can still sue.
KIMBERLY GUILFOYLE (CO-HOST): But the law is there. Look, truth is a defense. So if somebody writes something and it's true, you're not going to be able to prevail and get damages. Period. So the law exists if people write things that defame you or slander you.
WILLIAMS: But even if they're wrong, if you're absent malice aforethought, I think is the language, you're still not guilty. And if you're a public person, yeah if you're a public person, you really, it's hard to go forward with a libel suit.
GUTFELD: By the way, we have to point out. We often mock President Obama for whining about Fox News. So isn't that what Trump's doing? Shouldn't we be mocking him for doing the same thing? I know. It's hypocritical if we don't.
WILLIAMS: Don't look at me. I would say the same thing.