‘A grand scheme’: Trump’s election defiance consumes GO


Trevor Potter, a former chair of the Federal Election Commission who served as general counsel to Republican John McCain’s two presidential campaigns, described GOP leadership in recent days as being “fairly restrained, given the pressure they’re under” from Trump. “The party is worse off in the sense that usually when elections are over, a party wants to turn the corner and get on to new leaders and new messaging and new issues,” Potter said. “And the signs are that at least through this period, this is all about Trump and his sense of grievance."

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