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Trump Asks Sen. Cruz to Argue Texas Supreme Court Election Case

Trump Asks Sen. Cruz to Argue Texas Supreme Court Election Case

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas. (Bill Clark/Pool via AP)

By    |   Wednesday, 09 December 2020 07:37 PM

President Donald Trump has asked Texas Sen. Ted Cruz to argue the state’s Supreme Court case seeking to overturn the results of the election, reports The New York Times.

The state of Texas is suing four swing states that certified wins for Joe Biden.

Attorney General Ken Paxton in the suit filed earlier this week argued that a handful of battleground states destroyed the integrity of the 2020 election vote totals and insists the U.S. Constitution was violated by allowing their legislatures to make last-minute changes that ignored federal electoral regulations.

Cruz on Monday offered to present before the Supreme Court the merits of a lawsuit filed by Rep. Mike Kelly claiming Pennsylvania’s 2019 voting reform bill is unconstitutional.

The high court on Tuesday rejected Kelly's lawsuit.

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President Donald Trump has asked Texas Sen. Ted Cruz to argue the state's Supreme Court case seeking to overturn the results of the election, reports The New York Times.
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