Hours after the Trump campaign’s legal team attempted to fully withdraw from a federal election lawsuit in Pennsylvania on the eve of oral arguments, Rudy Giuliani is entering the ring.

Attorneys with the firm Porter Wright Morris & Arthur have already quit the lawsuit. And on Monday evening, the campaign’s remaining attorneys similarly sought an exit, saying they “reached a mutual agreement that plaintiffs will be best served” if they withdraw and are replaced by a new lawyer, Marc Scaringi.

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