Michigan leader: Trump didn’t ask for election interference

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump did not ask Michi­gan Repub­li­can law­mak­ers to “break the law” or “inter­fere” with the elec­tion dur­ing a meet­ing at the White House, a leg­isla­tive leader said Sun­day, a day before can­vassers plan to meet about whether to cer­ti­fy Joe Biden’s 154,000-vote vic­to­ry in the bat­tle­ground state.

House Speak­er Lee Chat­field was among sev­en GOP leg­is­la­tors who met with Trump for about an hour on Fri­day, amid his long­shot efforts to block Biden’s win.

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