‘Acting in concert, the. Defendants maliciously conspired to weave a false narrative that their. Republican opponent. Donald Trump sues Hillary Clinton was colluding with hostile foreign sovereignty,’ the lawsuit states.
‘The actions taken in furtherance of their scheme — falsifying evidence, deceiving law enforcement, and exploiting access to highly-sensitive data sources — are so outrageous, subversive, and incendiary that even the events of Watergate pale in comparison.’
Despite defeating. Clinton for the presidency in 2016. Trump sues Hillary Clinton Trump still claims she is guilty of ‘racketeering’ and a ‘conspiracy to commit injurious falsehood.’ The former president claims he spent over. $24 million in defending himself against the accusations, and is seeking damages of three times that amount in the lawsuit.
Among those listed in the new. The 108-page lawsuit includes ex-FBI officials. James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok, and Lisa Page; Jake Sullivan, the national security adviser. Joe Biden; former British spy Christopher Steele who wrote a dossier on Trump’s links to Russia; and. John Podesta, Clinton’s campaign chair.
The suit alleges that the involved parties collaborated to ‘sway the public’s interest.’
The former president has long been accused. Clinton and Democrats as a whole of conspiring to link him to the. Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Russia denies interfering in the election to boost Trump, but the. US intelligence community agrees that it did.
While an investigation into the matter was conducted by. Robert Mueller did not establish collusion between. Trump and Russia did find 10 instances Trump may have tried to obstruct justice.
Mueller, who explicitly said he was not exonerating. Trump, also spoke of several connections between. Trump aides and Russia.
Several Trump associates pleaded guilty to charges related to the 2016 campaign and Russia, including federal conspiracy or lying to the FBI.
The new lawsuit comes as a long-running criminal investigation into Trump’s businesses run by the Manhattan District Attorney appears to be struggling to conclude.
Two veteran prosecutors leading the investigation abruptly quit last month over the District Attorney’s unwillingness to criminally charge Trump. One of the prosecutors, Mark Pomerantz, wrote in his resignation letter that the former president was ‘guilty of numerous felony violations.’