Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is gearing up for a massive legal war over the results of the November election.
The Biden campaign has tapped Dana Remus, its general counsel, and Bob Bauer, an Obama-era White House counsel, to lead a so-called special litigation unit of hundreds of lawyers, according to The New York Times.
The law firm Perkins Coie, which was a player in the production of a dossier of discredited claims about President Donald Trump, is a key part of the campaign machine assigned to attack rules about voting in order to serve the Biden campaign’s interests, the report said.
Eric Holder, who served as attorney general under former President Barack Obama, will connect local groups with the wider Biden campaign effort, The Times reported.
Some said Biden’s team was hardly trustworthy.