Trump Immunity Claim Over 2020 Election Interference Faces Skepticism in Federal Appeals Court

Trump argues he has immunity from prosecution over attempts to overturn 2020 election while president.

Federal appeals court appears skeptical of his broad immunity claim at Tuesday hearing.

Trump lawyer said prosecuting president for official acts would "open Pandora's box."

Judges challenged idea that Trump's "duty" to uphold laws allows violating them.

DOJ lawyer said no president is "above the law" and Trump enjoys "no immunity.

Allowing immunity claim could bring "frightening future."

Trump after hearing reiterated false claim that 2020 election was "rigged."

Case could end up before Supreme Court, but they declined DOJ request to fast-track a ruling.

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