President Trump refuses to concede his electoral defeat, and his campaign is launching an all-out legal campaign to challenge the results. So far, efforts have gained little traction in the courts. Benjamin Ginsberg, a Republican election lawyer whose career spans decades and includes work on the landmark Bush v. Gore dispute after the 2000 election, joins Judy Woodruff to discuss.
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