NEW YORK — President Trump's ongoing court battles are unlikely to pose significant legal jeopardy for him before he leaves office, but the swirl of criminal investigations and civil complaints stemming...
- The Washington Post - Shayna Jacobs
- The Politics Desk
President Donald Trump has not conceded the election loss to Joe Biden, which has been projected by the media. He intends to continue legal challenges, though many experts are doubtful these moves will change the outcome. Thus far, there has been no evidence to support Trump's claims of widespread voter fraud. Here's a look at the president's strategy, and what may be in store for him after the White House.
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