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Barr gives boost to Trump’s unsubstantiated allegations of electoral fraud



Attorney General William Barr has given President Trump’s unsubstantiated allegations of electoral fraud a boost by allowing prosecutors to bypass long-standing policies to investigate allegations of fraud. Judges in Georgia, Michigan and Nevada have already dismissed the Trump campaign-backed lawsuits, saying they had presented no serious evidence. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid joins CBSN AM to discuss the campaign’s legal strategy. .

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