On Monday, February 21, 2023, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) began reconsidering a case that seeks to reinstate former President Donald Trump into office.
The case, brought by a group of Trump supporters, argues that the 2020 presidential election was rigged and that Trump was the true winner.
The group is asking SCOTUS to overturn the election results and declare Trump the winner, despite the fact that multiple courts have already dismissed similar claims.
The case has been criticized by legal experts as baseless and a threat to democracy, with some suggesting that it could set a dangerous precedent for future elections.
Despite the controversy surrounding the case, it has garnered support from some Republican lawmakers and Trump loyalists.
It is unclear when SCOTUS will make a decision on the case, but legal experts believe it is unlikely to succeed given the lack of evidence to support the claims of election fraud.
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