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Lawyers for former President Donald Trump urged a federal judge Monday to dismiss lawsuits accusing him of conspiring with two far-right extremist groups and others to block the presidential vote count.

U.S. District Court Judge Amit Mehta questioned lawyers for both sides, but his most probing comments were directed at members of the Trump legal team, and the judge showed no sign that he was prepared to immediately dismiss the suits.

The article goes on to state the following:

The first lawsuit over the Capitol riot to name the former president, filed 11 months ago by House Democrats, said the attempted insurrection was “the intended and foreseeable culmination of a carefully coordinated campaign to interfere with the legal process required to confirm the tally of votes cast in the Electoral College.”

The report explains that the hearing on Monday involved the above mentioned case, plus two other suits filed by Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., and two U.S. Capitol police officers.

In addition, three civil lawsuits filed by police officers make similar allegations, NBC News reports.

The suits claim that Trumps allegations that the election was stolen incited the Jan 6 Capitol riot.

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