Cleveland Law Firm Denies Representing Trump

(Cleveland) - The law firm Jones Day says it is not representing President Trump, his campaign, or any affiliated party, in any litigation alleging voter fraud. The New York Times has reported that Jones Day was representing the president, and said in the story that some Jones Day lawyers felt discomfort with representing the president.

In a written statement, Jones Day says it is represetnting the Pennsylvania Republidcan Party in pending litigiaton over the Pennsylvania Supreme Court order that extended the deadlines for returning mail-in ballots, a deadline established by the Pennsylvania legislature.

They are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review the Pennsylvania case.

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