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The '60-day rule' for elections Barr may be willing to bend for Trump

WorldNews Thursday, 3 September 2020
The '60-day rule' for elections Barr may be willing to bend for Trump(CNN)If there was any question before about whether William Barr could be willing to use his power as attorney general to tilt the scales in the upcoming presidential election, there shouldn't be anymore. Barr appeared to confirm as much in his interview with Wolf Blitzer on CNN Wednesday: that he would be willing to breach longstanding Justice Department norms -- that is, the unwritten "60-day rule" -- to advantage the re-election campaign of President Donald Trump. Elie Honig Barr also continued to claim that mail-in ballots provide potential for widespread fraud. "Elections that have been held with mail have found substantial fraud and coercion," he said. When asked by Blitzer whether he...
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