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Trump's lawyers argue that he had a valid reason to question the 2020 election and are demanding evidence related to voting irregularities.

Reuters

In new challenge to indictment, Trump’s lawyers argue he had good basis to question election results

Donald Trump had a “good faith” basis to question the results of the 2020 election, his lawyers said in demanding that prosecutors turn over any evidence related to voting irregularities and potential foreign interference in the contest won by Democrat Joe Biden.

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