President Trump’s campaign is installing an adviser, David Bossie, to lead its efforts to challenge election outcomes in several states, a campaign official said on Friday.
Mr. Bossie was tapped by the Trump campaign manager, Bill Stepien, and the president’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, to take on the role, as the president’s advisers have signaled that they plan to continue legal fights over the tabulation of votes in a string of states, officials said.
Mr. Bossie, Trump’s deputy campaign manager in 2016 and the head of the conservative advocacy group Citizens United, has survived partisan battles in Washington over the last 30 years. His combative approach appeals to Mr. Trump.
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In the three days since the election, the Trump campaign has raised concerns and objections over voting issues in several states. Trump family members and loyalists have held news conferences claiming irregularities.
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