A man wants to trademark ‘Trump too small’ for T-shirts. Now the Supreme Court will hear the case.
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) – The Supreme Court says it will hear a case in which a man tried to trademark a phrase mocking former President Donald Trump as “too small.”
The Justice Department is supporting President Joe Biden’s once and possibly future rival in urging the court to deny a trademark for the suggestive phrase “Trump too small” that a California man wants to put on T-shirts.
The case will be argued in the fall, one of two disputes on the court’s upcoming agenda that involve Trump or one of his businesses.
Government officials say the phrase “Trump too small” could still be used, just not trademarked because Trump had not consented to its use.
But a federal appeals court said refusing trademark registration violated free speech rights.
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6/5/2023 11:32:45 AM (GMT -5:00)