Now what? That’s what Donald Trump, in his most honest moments, seems to be asking himself. In the usual Washington drip, drip, drip of tidbits, tweets and scuttlebutt, the president seems to be – though at a glacial pace – realising he won’t be president come 20 January.
But he and his surrogates have been busy doing two things: filing lawsuits in federal courts that have almost all been quickly tossed by judges in several swing states; and building a public relations message that keeps open several post-White House options.
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