Trump’s campaign headquarters sues The New York Times

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — The campaign headquarters of Donald trump filed a lawsuit in the US Supreme Court against the newspaper for publishing false statements.

This is an article by the former chief editor of the publication, in which he announced the collusion of the Trump administration with the Kremlin.

The purpose of the transaction was supposedly to prevent the victory of Hilary Clinton in the 2016 elections. Allegedly, in exchange for help, Moscow was to receive a new pro-Russian foreign policy from Washington.

Lawyers for the presidential campaign headquarters claim that the publication was aware of the falsity of these statements, but intentionally published them to harm Trump and his team in anticipation of the 2020 presidential election.

The exact amount indicated in the lawsuit is not announced, but we are talking about millions of dollars.


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