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Trump Recycles Tired 2020 Election Allegations

    The former president just won’t let his loss go, even if that means returning to long-disproven allegations about the outcome. As originally conceived by its inventors, the concept of the “big lie” is supposed to be a tale so audacious and captivating that people can’t doubt it. Its unbelievability is its power —…

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Secretary Raffensperger’s WSJ Op-Ed on the 14th Amendment

Some legal scholars are arguing that secretaries of state should remove Donald Trump from the 2024 presidential ballot under Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, which states that a public official is ineligible for public office if he has “engaged in insurrection or rebellion against” America. But Georgia law contemplates a legal process that must…

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