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A federal judge in Florida on Friday dismissed a lawsuit against President Trump and his 2016 campaign from an ex-staffer who alleged that the president forcibly kissed her, dismissing the lawsuit on a technical matter.

In his ruling, Judge William Jung wrote that former campaign staffer Alva Johnson could refile her lawsuit, but warned her not to include a wide range of unrelated allegations, including accusations from other women of both similar and unrelated activity of which Trump has previously been accused.

The article goes on to state the following:

Johnson filed her lawsuit in February, alleging that Trump grabbed her and kissed her without consent at a meeting with supporters in Florida in August 2016.

The Daily Beast said in a separate report that former White House aide Omarosa Manigault had wanted to join the lawsuit along with Johnson, alleging gender-based pay discrimination.

Several other Trump campaign staffers have emphatically denounced Johnson’s allegations of being kissed by Trump, and White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said at the time the lawsuit was filed that the incident never happened.  “This never happened and is directly contradicted by multiple highly credible eye witness accounts,” she said.

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