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President Trump and 17 States Join in Texas Lawsuit

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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit this week before the U.S. Supreme Court, suing the battleground election states of Pennsylvania, Georgia, Wisconsin, and Michigan over their handling of the Presidential election. 

A total of 17 State Attorney Generals have now joined in the lawsuit, filing amicus briefs in support of the Texas suit. 

The Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton weighed in on the development writing in a tweet, “I commend the 17 states that filed an amicus brief in support of Texas’s lawsuit. Battleground states compromised the integrity of the 2020 election, and we must fight for safe, free, and fair elections.”

Shortly thereafter, President Donald Trump announced his campaign would be intervening and joining in the suit. 



President Trump also weighed in on the coalition joinder of 17 states. 

“Wow! At least 17 states have joined Texas in the extraordinary case against the greatest Election Fraud in the history of the United States. Thank you!” the President tweeted. 

It now remains to be seen whether the Supreme Court will take up or decline the case. 

With the Electoral College set to vote on Monday, December 14, time is running out. 



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