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Some Republicans Want To Bring Back The 2012 Autopsy. Here’s Why That’s A Bad Idea

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Varun Hukeri General Assignment & Analysis Reporter
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Presidential elections that result in a transfer of power between Republicans and Democrats are notable in part because both parties face similar challenges and opportunities in a post-election landscape.

Joe Biden was declared president-elect earlier this month and, despite legal challenges from the Trump campaign, will likely oversee a transfer of power and have an opportunity to reshape the Democratic Party if inaugurated in January. Republicans likewise are working to sort out their political future in the era after President Donald Trump.