READ: President Trump requests to intervene in Texas election lawsuit

Trump, acting “in his personal capacity” as a presidential candidate, seeks to intervene in order “to protect his unique and substantial personal interests as a candidate for re-election.”

Read the request below:

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7 thoughts on “READ: President Trump requests to intervene in Texas election lawsuit”

  1. Gustarv Loundermon

    I already have Slanted, by the way. I bought it at Barnes and Nobles in Orange, Ca. I haven’t begun to dig in to it yet. I just finished Blackout, by Candice Owen’s. And I’m still depressed over the election. Do you think it’s a good idea for the President to intervene in the Texas case?

    1. Good question and I empathize with the depression. I assume that Trump knows what he’s doing and his lawyers have advised him to do this. He’s too good to be a politician. I glad thyst DC hasn’t changed him. Glad he’s stll real. May God bless you.

  2. I bought your most recent book and smear was good too.
    Please keep up the great journalism, there are not many good honest people left.
    You are strong and have a powerful voice.thank you

  3. The democrats are doing irreparable harm to this country all the right thinking state should be suing The States To protect the Union If the Springport does not intervene If the Supreme Court does not intervene The Union will Dissolve

  4. Some judge will no doubt opine that an actual candidate in a disputed election “lacks standing” to file a lawsuit. OR that it should have been filed before the election, in which case that same judge would say that the candidate could not demonstrate that he had suffered any tangible harm.

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