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Trump expresses doubt on whether Supreme Court will hear election cases

Reuters | Washington DC | Updated: 29-11-2020 21:50 IST | Created: 29-11-2020 21:46 IST
Trump expresses doubt on whether Supreme Court will hear election cases
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President Donald Trump said on Sunday that it might be difficult to get his election fraud allegations heard before the U.S. Supreme Court, expressing doubt about his legal strategy as his hopes of overturning the Nov. 3 election dwindle.

"The problem is it's hard to get it to the Supreme Court," Trump said in a telephone interview with Fox News.

Trump said he would still continue to fight the results of election, which was won by Democratic President-elect Joe Biden. "My mind will not change in six months," Trump told Fox News.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)


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