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President Trump: Mueller probe “not even constitutional’
President Trump says Special Counsel Müller Russia’s investigation is ‘unconstitutional’; chief national correspondent Ed Henry reported.
President Trump on Friday celebrated a Federal judge this week filed a lawsuit claiming, to publish the Trump campaign, and former consultant, Roger stone, in collaboration with WikiLeaks and the Russian government, the Democratic National Committee E-Mails hacked during the presidential elections threw.
“Just won a lawsuit from the DNC and a number of Democrats crazy, trying to claim that the Trump campaign (and others), cooperation with Russia,” Trump tweeted Friday. “You have not found that this to lose an excuse for you to have the choice!”
Only complaint is submitted, the DNC and a number of Democrats crazy, trying to claim that the Trump campaign (and others), cooperation with Russia. You have not found that this to lose an excuse for you to choice!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 6. July 2018
US District Court judge Ellen Huvelle, said in a ruling on Tuesday that the allegations of conspiracy were insubstantial, go to court.
The judge said her decision is based on the technology of the suit and not take a position on whether the trump campaign, and the officials, in fact, a conspiracy with the Russians in the election.
JUDGE TOSSES SUIT CLAIMING THAT TRUMP’S CAMPAIGN CONSPIRED WITH THE RUSSIANS IN HACK
“This is suit is the wrong forum for the plaintiff. The court takes no position on the merits, the plaintiff claims,” Huvelle wrote.
The lawsuit was filed by two DNC donor, Roy Cockrum, Eric Schoenberg, and former DNC staffer Scott Comer, who claims that the publication of the E-Mails violated your privacy and the trump campaign and stone is involved in an illegal activity.
In an E-Mail to Fox News, stone said he was “grateful and excited” by the decision.
“Although the case was not decided on this basis, the plaintiff is no evidence provided to points or evidence at all of their Central left-wing conspiracy theory: I worked somehow with the Russian government to chop the DNC e-mail servers and share the fruits of this alleged hacking with Wikileaks, or the Trump campaign,” stone said. “This is wrong and can be proven, therefore, never, in any jurisdiction.”
The DNC itself was not part of the lawsuit, although it was accused of a separate lawsuit in April, top Trump campaign officials, including Trumps son Donald Jr, and Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner of collusion with the Russians.
Stone’s role in the WikiLeaks activities concerns after the revelations that he exchanged allegedly out messages with both WikiLeaks and Guccifer 2.0 – a social media Accounts, that American believe in the intelligence services, was part of the “Russian military intelligence” spread effort to the hacked E-Mails.
Fox News’ Lukas Mikelionis contributed to this report.
Alex Pappas is a political reporter at FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter at @Alex Pappas.