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Trump's Rambling lawsuit against Clinton Thrown Out

Buckeyes85

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To no one's surprise, the rambling wreck, 193 page lawsuit against Clinton and others supposedly involved in democrat conspiracy against Trump was thrown out.


This paragraph near the start of the opinion sums up how things were going to go for Trump, and it only got worse from there:

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But note, the judge was a Bill Clinton appointee. So he's obviously a democrat hack, biased for the Clintons.
 

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Oops. Forgot I already hit "post"

Mods please delete. Sorry.
 

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But note, the judge was a Bill Clinton appointee. So he's obviously a democrat hack, biased for the Clintons.
Are you being sarcastic? Sometimes Trump's claims are simply false, regardless of who appointed the judge. In fact, most of the time they're false.
"What (Trump's lawsuit) lacks in substance and legal support it seeks to substitute with length, hyperbole, and the settling of scores and grievances,"
There's either verifiable substance or there's not. Here, I'm thinking NOT.
"most of Plaintiff's claims are not only unsupported by any legal authority but plainly foreclosed by binding precedent."
So this "case" was never going anywhere. Its filing got Trump in the news. Was that all he was after?
 
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