Trump tapped attorney from Northeast Philadelphia to push claims of election fraud, report says

In December, according to the Times, Clark allegedly told Rosen and Deputy Attorney General Richard P. Donoghue “that he spent a lot of time reading on the internet” and both men were concerned he believed the “conspiracy theory that Mr. Trump had won the election.” Clark, the Times wrote, allegedly told both men he wanted the department to announce that it was investigating serious accusations of election fraud, but they rejected the idea.

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