A group of Michigan voters are suing the Trump campaign for disenfranchising Black voters, lawsuit alleges

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A group of Michigan voters are suing President Donald Trump and the Trump presidential campaign, accusing them of “openly seeking to disenfranchise Black voters” through their legal challenges to the presidential election, according to Politico.
The lawsuit was filed on Friday in the US District Court for the District of Columbia, alleging that the Trump campaign seeks to suppress hundreds of thousands of votes.
Trump has inserted himself into Michigan’s election certification process, calling on a GOP canvasser in Wayne County and inviting top GOP officials to the White House on Friday to discuss the election.
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A group of Michigan voters and the Michigan Welfare Rights Organization are suing President Donald Trump and the Trump presidential campaign, accusing them of “openly seeking to disenfranchise Black voters” through their legal challenges to the 2020 presidential election, according to Politico.In their lawsuit, filed on Friday in the US District Court for the District of Columbia, the group alleges that the Trump campaign is trying to suppress hundreds of thousands of votes, including many cast by Black voters, by challenging the results of the election. The Trump campaign has targeted Wayne County, which encompasses majority-Black Detroit, …

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