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Trump Goes Off, Drops F Bombs As He Talks Hillary Clinton Lawsuit

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Former President Donald Trump just dropped a bombshell on his lawsuit against Hillary Clinton and others associated with the 2016 presidential election and used other spicy language as he touched on other topics.

The 45th President of the United States held a “Save America” rally in Commerce, Georgia on Saturday where he decried the judge he got in the case.

“We filed this great case, we’ve got a judge that was appointed by Bill and Hillary Clinton. How do you think that’s going to go? This s**t can only happen to me,” he said of the lawsuit.

He also dropped an F bomb when talking about climate czar John Kerry, the former secretary of state.

“Yet you have people like John Kerry worrying about the climate… ‘The ocean will rise one-hundredth of one percent over the next 300  f***ing  years!” he said.

The former president also took aim at transgender women competing in women’s  sports and said it was unfair.

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And he spoke about how NBC anchor Chuck Todd of “Meet The Press” mentioned that Russian President Vladimir Putin never invaded Ukraine when Trump was president.

“Even “Sleepy son of a b****” Chuck Todd of “Meet The Fake Press” acknowledged that Russia did not invade another nation while Trump was in the White House,” he said.

And he shredded President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson.

“The left has become so extreme that we now have a justice being nominated to the Supreme Court who testified under oath that she could not say what a woman is,” he said.

“If she can’t even say what a woman is. How on earth can she be trusted to say what the Constitution is?” the former president said.

“A party that’s unwilling to admit that men and women are biologically different, in defiance of all scientific and human history, is a party that should not be anywhere near the levers of power,” he said.

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Trump filed a lawsuit against Clinton and others involved in the 2016 presidential election.

He is suing them, claiming that they attempted to rig the 2016 presidential election by tying his campaign to Russia, Reuters reported.

“Acting in concert, the Defendants maliciously conspired to weave a false narrative that their Republican opponent, Donald J. Trump, was colluding with a hostile foreign sovereignty,” the 45th President of the United States alleged in a lawsuit filed in federal court in Florida.

It just adds to the tough news that Clinton has had recently related to the 2016 presidential election.

The Department of Justice is set to produce a “large volume” of classified materials and documents this week pertaining to the ‘Russiagate’ case involving the main source for former British spy Christopher Steele’s dossier that attempted to sabotage then-GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump’s candidacy and subsequent presidency.

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That’s according to special counsel John Durham, who made the revelation in a Tuesday filing in which he also asked a federal judge to extend a deadline for the production of classified discovery, in compliance with the Classified Information Procedures Act, a statute outlining the manner in which classified documents must be protected in criminal cases.

Durham said he needs more time due to agency personnel currently being involved in issues that relate to Russia’s ongoing war in Ukraine.

“To date, the government has produced over 60,000 documents in unclassified discovery. A portion of these documents were originally marked ‘classified’ and the government has worked with the appropriate declassification authorities to produce the documents in an unclassified format,” Durham said in the filing submitted to the federal court in the Eastern District of Virginia.

“However, recent world events in Ukraine have contributed to delays in the production of classified discovery. The officials preparing and reviewing the documents at the FBI and intelligence agencies are heavily engaged in matters related to Ukraine,” Durham added.

“Nevertheless, the government will produce a large volume of classified discovery this week and will continue its efforts to produce documents in classified discovery on a rolling basis, and no later than the proposed deadlines set forth below,” Durham wrote.

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