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President Trump suggested that voters in North Carolina should test the state’s election system by voting once by mail, then a second time in person.

USA TODAY

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump allegedly wanted to install a new U.S. attorney in the southern district of New York over fears he would be indicted and needed to be in a position to pardon himself if necessary, according to his former self-described fixer and personal attorney Michael Cohen. 

Cohen joined a long list of authors to pen a book about his former boss in “Disloyal, a Memoir: The True Story of the Former Personal Attorney to President Donald J. Trump,” which was released Tuesday. 

“The reason the President wanted a new head prosecutor in the Southern District, I knew better than anyone, was so that while in office, he could arrange to be federally indicted. In the event he loses the

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