A federal court in Florida dismissed Donald Trump's lawsuit against Hillary Clinton and former FBI officials, rejecting his accusations.
U.S. District Judge Donald Middlebrooks ruled Thursday that Trump's March lawsuit had "glaring structural defects" and "implausible event descriptions."
"Instead, he's flaunting a 200-page political manifesto stating his complaints against his opponents, and this Court is not the right place."
The complaint names Clinton and some of her senior advisors as defendants, along with former FBI Director James Comey and other FBI employees .
FBI employees involved in the investigation into whether Trump's 2016 presidential campaign collaborated with Russia to impact the election, were listed as defendants in the case.
Calling the case filed in March "implausible in its portrayal of events" and citing numerous "glaring structural defects.