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Trump’s extensive civil complaint does not include Comey, McCabe, Page, or Strzok anymore

A federal judge on Friday dismissed five former FBI officials, including former FBI Director James Comey and former Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, from a lawsuit that was filed by former President Donald Trump against them and other political opponents in connection with the Russia investigation.

The lawsuit was filed by Trump against Comey, McCabe, and others.

After determining that Trump’s lawsuit covered actions that the former FBI officials took while acting within the scope of their government employment, Judge Donald Middlebrooks granted the Justice Department’s request to substitute itself as a defendant for the former FBI officials. In doing so, the judge granted the Justice Department’s request to substitute itself for the former FBI officials.

This is a win for the former FBI officials, as they will no longer have to go up against Trump in the civil litigation, which many legal experts have criticised as being a pointless stunt filled with Trump’s political grievances and self-serving conspiracy theories. This is a victory for the former FBI officials.

The judge dismissed the lawsuit against former top FBI counterintelligence official Peter Strzok, former FBI lawyer Lisa Page, and Kevin Clinesmith, a low-level FBI attorney who pleaded guilty to altering an official document that was used in the FBI’s investigation into Trump and Russia.

In addition to Comey and McCabe, the judge dismissed the lawsuit against Strzok, Page, and Clinesmith. (McCabe is an analyst for CNN specialising in law enforcement.)

The judge did not make a decision regarding the move submitted by the Justice Department to dismiss the broad lawsuit against the ex-FBI defendants, nor did the judge make a decision regarding similar requests made by the other more than 20 defendants.


In March, Donald Trump filed a lawsuit against Hillary Clinton, four top members of her 2016 campaign, the Democratic National Committee and its former chairwoman, the author of the Trump-Russia dossier Christopher Steele, opposition research firm Fusion GPS, and others for repeating conspiracy theories, including the debunked claim of a far-reaching plot by the “deep state” to frame him for Russian collusion in 2016. The lawsuit was filed in New York State Supreme Court.

The complaint was updated by Trump at the beginning of this month to include more claims.

In the lawsuit, Trump alleged that these Democrats and government officials committed a variety of crimes, including a racketeering conspiracy, malicious prosecution, computer fraud, and theft of secret internet data.

These are just a few of the allegations that Trump made regarding these individuals. The lawsuit requests that the defendant pay expenses and damages totalling over 24 million dollars.

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Clinton and several of the Democratic strategists named in the lawsuit attempted to damage Trump by highlighting his many connections to Russia, which became the topic of the two-year investigation conducted by special counsel Robert Mueller.

However, there is no evidence to back up Trump’s oft-repeated claim that the entire Russia investigation was an elaborate “hoax” fabricated by these Democrats and top officials from the Justice Department and the FBI, including some that he appointed. Trump has made this claim on multiple occasions.

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