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Law professor Richard Hasen warns that the 2020 presidential election could be compromised by voter suppression, inept election officials, and foreign and domestic manipulation through social media and fraud. Frederic J. Brown /AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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'Election Meltdown Is A Real Possibility' In 2020 Presidential Race, Author Warns

Law professor Richard Hasen is sounding the alarm about Russian hacks, voter suppression and other threats to the 2020 election. "There's lots of ways that things could go south," he says.

Law professor Richard Hasen warns that the 2020 presidential election could be compromised by voter suppression, inept election officials, and foreign and domestic manipulation through social media and fraud. Frederic J. Brown /AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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'Election Meltdown Is A Real Possibility' In 2020 Presidential Race, Author Warns

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