Donald Trump is once again claiming presidential immunity in one of the many legal challenges mounted against him, this time in his Georgia racketeering case.

The former president’s lawyers filed the presidential immunity motion Monday in Georgia’s Fulton County Superior Court, where he’s facing 13 felony charges related to his attempts to overturn the state’s 2020 election results in his favor.

The filing asserts that Trump should be protected by the “unbroken historic tradition of presidential immunity” because he was acting in his official capacity as president when he objected to Georgia’s electoral votes going to President Joe Biden and implored a state official to “find” more votes for him instead.

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