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Trump campaign would have to pay nearly $8 million for Wisconsin recount

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President Donald Trump's campaign would have to pay nearly $8 million to start a recount in Wisconsin, a state he narrowly lost two weeks ago.
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President Donald Trump has wired $3 million for a partial recount of Wisconsin’s vote.

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