Dominion Voting Won’t Rule Out Suing Trump

. . .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. 3 election, which Trump lost, may have been the result of compromised machines and software.

“We will not be overlooking anybody,” Poulos told CNN Thursday.

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. The committee held a hearing on “2020 Election Security-Perspectives from Voting System Vendors and Experts.”

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