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In Detroit, Trump’s Postelection Offensive Has a Familiar Feel

NYTimes.com Saturday, 21 November 2020 ()
In a city that is used to being disparaged, President Trump’s attempt to overturn an election that he lost seems both extraordinary and business as usual.
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