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Trump Team Suggests Mike Pence Was Trying To Save Himself From 2020 Election Trial

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Former President Donald Trump’s legal team is preparing to argue in his upcoming criminal trial that he was justified in doubting the results of the 2020 election, claiming a government conspiracy against him.

The attorneys are seeking information from past government investigations, including the election results and a probe into former Vice President Mike Pence, in order to support their defense.

The trial is set to begin in March, and Trump’s team is also seeking records about investigations into Russia and other foreign nation’s attempts to influence presidential elections. (Trending: Donald Trump Confronts Bud Light CEO.)

“President Trump is entitled to all information supporting his position that his concerns regarding fraud during the 2020 election—rather than ‘knowingly false’ or criminal—were plausible and maintained in good faith,” Trump’s lawyers stated.

“To prop up the Biden Administration’s preferred political advocacy regarding the 2020 election, the indictment endorses the alleged views of ‘Senior White House Attorneys,’ ‘senior leaders of the Justice Department,’ ‘the Intelligence Community,’ the ‘Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.’”

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