Are these sentences correct:
1) He is a bad person for what he did to you.
2) He is not a good person for what he did to you.
Does '2' mean the same as '1'?
Is it ambiguous?
I think it can mean:
3) What he did to you doesn't make him a good person.
but I don't know if it could also mean the same as '1'.
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