Trump lawyer Alina Habba said new lawsuits could be filed as early as next week after he filed a $72 million lawsuit against Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election.
“There is more to come soon. Anyone who will try to make up malicious stories. will be prosecuted. »
After filing a $72 million lawsuit against Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election, Trump attorney Alina Habba says more lawsuits are coming as soon as next week: will be sued. pic.twitter.com/vjYCxxbKrI
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Former President Donald Trump sued Hillary Clinton, the Democratic National Committee and others on Thursday for allegedly conspiring to “weave a false narrative” about Trump and his campaign’s collusion with Russia in the 2016 presidential election. .
According to Trump’s RICO action, Clinton, Trump’s then-Democratic opponent, and other defendants tampered with evidence, misled law enforcement officials, and exploited access to ” sources of highly sensitive data” such that “even the Watergate events pale in comparison”. .”
The lawsuit seeks more than $72 million in damages, more than three times the $24 million in legal fees and other damages Trump allegedly suffered as a result of the actions claimed by the defendants.
On Friday, Clinton’s spokesperson issued a witty one-word statement in response to Trump’s complaint: “Nonsense.”
“The lawsuit filed today outlines the defendants’ nefarious plot to defame Donald J. Trump by spreading lies to weave a false narrative that he colluded with Russia,” said Trump attorney Alina Habba. , in an emailed statement.
“For years, Hillary Clinton and her cronies have tried to shield themselves from guilt by ordering others to do their dirty work for them. This lawsuit seeks to hold all parties accountable for their heinous acts and uphold the principles of our sacred democracy,” Habba said.