Two Democratic donors and a former staffer for the national party are suing longtime Trump confidant Roger Stone for alleged invasion of privacy in connection with the hacking of party officials’ emails during the 2016 election. The complaint was filed Wednesday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia is “seeking to depose witnesses and obtain campaign emails and other documents during the discovery process that is a standard part of lawsuits,” The New York Times reports. One of the plaintiffs is Scott Comer, a former DNC staffer, whose emails revealed he was gay, causing strained relations among family members, according to the complaint. Stone, who has been accused of being in contact with WikiLeaks over the hacked emails, will testify in front of the House Intelligence Committee later this month in a private session.
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