Trump-backed election denier declares victory as votes are counted

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Kari Lake, a former television anchor, received Donald Trump’s endorsement in the Arizona GOP gubernatorial primary. Lake has denied the results of the 2020 election and has claimed victory in the primary despite the vote count not being finished. #CNN #News

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