This article is from the American University Radio by Brian Naylor:
Christopher Krebs, who was fired by President Trump last month after asserting the recent presidential election was “the most secure in American history,” filed suit Tuesday against the Trump campaign, attorney Joseph diGenova and the cable channel Newsmax.
Krebs charges he was defamed by diGenova, who said on Newsmax that Krebs “should be drawn and quartered” or “shot at dawn” following Krebs’ statement. Krebs says such punishments are the “fate of a convicted traitor” and are the basis for his defamation accusation.
The lawsuit, filed in Montgomery County, Md., circuit court, seeks an injunction ordering Newsmax to remove the diGenova interview from its website, as well as monetary damages.
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