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Donald is an idiot.
NBC doesn't has a license to broadcast anything- local stations do. You can't revoke a license that doesn't exist.
He can try to wage a war on the free press, but that would be a war he will most certainly lose.
Donald doesn't like stories that make him look like a bumbling idiot, but that doesn't mean he has any legal means to shut down the New York Times or Washington Post.
What's he going to do? Order the National Guard to occupy their buildings spread out across dozens of states? What about the journalists who work for them? Will he order the internet be shut down so they can't get their stories out? If so then his gullible followers wouldn't be able to watch InfoWars or Rush Limbaugh sitting in a chair yelling into his gold microphone.
I will disagree with you about taking Fox "News" and other right wing media (and I use that term very liberally) off the air. Freedom of press doesn't mean that the only press that should be allowed are the ones we like.
Alex Jones has as much right to spew his conspiracy theory nonsense as the New York Times does in reporting the truth. I believe Alex Jones should be held liable if one of his followers listens to his nonsense and then goes and commits a crime in his name. I also think the NRA and gun manufactures should be held liable for mass shootings. Unfortunately those are my thoughts and not the law.
Fake news has been around for centuries and clamping down on organizations that publish things we don't always agree with isn't going to stop people from publishing fake or misleading stories. It's on the news consumer to not fall prey to blatantly false stories. The only thing the internet has done is bring fake news into the mainstream.