Carter Page, who served as an informal adviser to President Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, wants in on the Justice Department’s antitrust battle against AT&T and Time Warner.

Page, acting pro se, requested to file an amicus brief in the AT&T case Tuesday, in which he alleges the “U.S. telecommunications-media oligopoly” engaged in “illicit activities” alongside the U.S. government to interfere in last year’s elections. The energy consultant sued Oath Inc., a subsidiary of Verizon that owns Yahoo News and HuffPo, earlier this year for slander.

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