Breaking Now: President Trump has requested that Sen. Ted Cruz argue his case for overturning the presidential election before the U.S. Supreme Court if the Court agrees to hear the case.
“President Trump asked Senator Ted Cruz if he would be willing to argue a case filed by the Texas attorney general seeking to invalidate the election results in states like Pennsylvania in the event that it reaches the U.S. Supreme Court, according to a person familiar with the discussion,” according to The New York Times and other sources.
“The long-shot suit from Attorney General Ken Paxton of Texas is seeking to challenge the Electoral College outcomes in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Georgia, and describes the votes as “tainted.”
“Mr. Trump asked Mr. Cruz, Republican of Texas, if he would be willing to make oral arguments in the case should it reach the Supreme Court. Mr. Cruz agreed.”
This is a developing story and will be updated as warranted.
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