The Justice Department plans to station officials at headquarters to plan a federal response to potential Election Day violence, .
Though federal officials monitor the election every year, anonymous officials who spoke to Post said there’s been a more concerted focus on potentially violent demonstrations.
“There have been concerns raised about the possibility of civil unrest, and those are concerns raised on both sides, for different reasons, and because of that, we’re paying particularly close attention to that possibility,” one official told the publication. “I think that we would be remiss if we didn’t take the monitoring of election security and integrity particularly seriously.”
During Thursday’s presidential debate, and “watch very closely” for cheating.
“I am urging them to do it,”