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“The ulterior purpose of the CNN Article is to advance the impeachment inquiry, to seed doubt in the minds of Americans, and to influence the outcome of the 2020 election,” the document read.

The suit is in response to a CNN report in November that read, “The attorney, Joseph A. Bondy, represents Lev Parnas, the recently indicted Soviet-born American who worked with Giuliani to push claims of Democratic corruption in Ukraine. Bondy said that Parnas was told directly by the former Ukrainian official that he met last year in Vienna with Rep. Devin Nunes.”

“Mr. Parnas learned from former Ukrainian Prosecutor General Victor Shokin that Nunes had met with Shokin in Vienna last December,” Bondy told CNN. “Nunes had told Shokin of the urgent need to launch investigations into Burisma, Joe and Hunter Biden, and any purported Ukrainian interference in the 2016 election.”

‘They will find themselves in court soon after Thanksgiving’

According to CNN, Bondy claimed that Parnas and Nunes began exchanging information with one another other around the time of the Vienna trip and that Parnas worked to set Nunes up with Ukrainian government officials who could try to find something about Biden.

Nunes told Breitbart News last month, “These demonstrably false and scandalous stories published by the Daily Beast and CNN are the perfect example of defamation and reckless disregard for the truth. Some political operative offered these fake stories to at least five different media outlets before finding someone irresponsible enough to publish them.”

“I look forward to prosecuting these cases, including the media outlets, as well as the sources of their fake stories, to the fullest extent of the law,” Nunes said at the time. “I intend to hold the Daily Beast and CNN accountable for their actions. They will find themselves in court soon after Thanksgiving.”

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Will Nunes Ultimately Reveal CNN’s Alleged Duplicity in Court?

When CNN claimed last month to question Nunes about his Vienna trip, he responded by simply saying, “I don’t talk to you in this lifetime or the next lifetime. At any time. On any question.”

When CNN followed up, they reported that Nunes said,  “To be perfectly clear, I don’t acknowledge any questions from you in this lifetime or the next lifetime. I don’t acknowledge any question from you ever.”

Who is telling the truth? And could Devin Nunes lawsuit find CNN to be officially “fake news” in a court of law?