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Dominion Voting Systems may sue President Trump personally for spreading election fraud disinformation

Dominion Voting Systems may sue President Trump personally for spreading election fraud disinformation
Lawyers for the president, who have offered no credible proof of claims being made against Dominion, reportedly received notice from the company’s attorney’s that all records dealing with Dominion should be preserved for “imminent” litigation.

(L-R) President and CEO of Election Systems & Software Tom Burt, President and CEO of Dominion Voting Systems John Poulos, President and CEO of Hart InterCivic Julie Mathis testify during a hearing before the House Administration Committee January 9, on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.Dominion Voting Systems CEO John Poulos is not ruling out legal action against President Trump, whose surrogates have spent nearly two months alleging the Nov.30, 2018 file photo, Eric Coomer from Dominion Voting demonstrates his company's touch screen tablet that includes a paper audit trail at the second meeting of Secretary of State Brian Kemp's Secure, Accessible & Fair Elections Commission in Grovetown, Ga.Eric Coomer, driven into hiding by death threats has filed a defamation lawsuit against President Donald Trump's campaign, two of its lawyers and some conservative media figures and outlets, Tuesday, Dec.

“We will not be overlooking anybody,” Poulos told CNN Thursday.Poulos told CNN the harm done to his company “has really been immeasurable” and that he planned to look “into absolutely everybody that has made, and repeated, and amplified false statements that have been defamatory and damaging to our company and to our election.

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