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A federal judge denied a request by Fusion GPS, the Democrat consultant company at the heart of the faked “Trump dossier” controversy, to quash a subpoena for its bank records forcing the firm to hand over the records central to the House Intelligence Committee’s investigation into Russian interference with the 2016 election.
U.S. District Judge Richard Leon said the political research group’s case to prevent the committee from gaining access to the records failed to convince him that a restraining order and preliminary injunction should be issued, Fox News reported.
Fusion GPS attorney Theodore Boutrous Jr. said they would immediately appeal the judge’s ruling.
“Instead of focusing its efforts on Russian meddling in the presidential election, the Committee continues to misuse its investigatory power to punish and smear Fusion…
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