A new lawsuit accuses Gov. Terry McAuliffe of Virginia and Hillary Clinton’s brother Anthony Rodham of stealing the “money and dreams” of a group of Chinese investors who propped up a troubled electric-car company, believing they would gain U.S. residency.
The investors filed suit in Fairfax County, Virginia, last week against the automaker, GreenTech Automotive, McAuliffe, Clinton’s brother, company CEO Charles Wang and various related companies. The plaintiffs, seeking at least $17.9 million in repayment, accuse the defendants of milking political connections to perpetuate a $120 million scam.
“Plaintiffs now face the prospect of having to uproot their families once again, with the expense and stress of deportation to China looming before them,” the lawsuit says.
McAuliffe is set to leave office in January and is often mentioned as a potential 2020 Democratic presidential candidate.
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