US’ ‘sacred’ Elections | System’s a mess? Blame it on Russia!

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    Following accusations of fraud in the 2020 US Presidential elections, Michigan becomes the latest US state that will debate changing election law, but the White House is blaming and sanctioning Russia, as RT explains.

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