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As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service on the internet, DML News App offers the following information published by FOXNEWS.COM:

A lawyer for Hillary Clinton has finally accepted legal documents in connection with a $50 million defamation lawsuit filed by 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard, the Hawaii congresswoman’s lawyer told Fox News on Thursday night.

“We look forward to finally moving forward on the merits” of the case, said Brian Dunne, lead attorney representing Gabbard, who is suing over Clinton indirectly referring to her as a “Russian asset” during an October interview.

The article goes on to state the following:

The development comes after Clinton or her representatives declined to accept the papers in three previous attempts to serve them, Dunne said.

Boston-based Fox News reporter Rob DiRienzo reported on Dunne’s comments in a series of Twitter posts Thursday night. He wrote:

New: Congresswoman @TulsiGabbard’s lawyer tells Fox News that Hillary Clinton has accepted their lawsuit papers after allegedly being blocked by secret service agents:

“Today after the media picked up this story, Ms. Clinton’s lawyer changed course and agreed to accept service.”

“We would have preferred that Ms. Clinton just accept federal judicial process in the first instance, without having to be called out by the press,” lead counsel Brian Dunne said, “But in any event, Tulsi Gabbard’s lawsuit against her will now be moving forward.”

Tulsi’s legal team tried three times to serve @HillaryClinton with the papers; they allege they were blocked by armed Secret Service agents at her Chappaqua home.

Dunne said a schedule hasn’t been set yet but he expects the first hearing to happen around the end of March.

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