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 Uber API, UberIllegalState(error_message)
Hello, I am trying to create a database with the Uber api that tracks my trip history.

#! python3
import openpyxl, os, pprint, requests

from uber_rides.session import Session
from uber_rides.client import UberRidesClient

from uber_rides.auth import AuthorizationCodeGrant

auth_flow = AuthorizationCodeGrant(
auth_url = auth_flow.get_authorization_url()


session = auth_flow.get_session('https://localhost/?code=XXXXXXXXXX')

client = UberRidesClient(session, sandbox_mode=True)
credentials = session.oauth2credential

response = client.get_driver_profile()
profile = response.json

first_name = profile.get('first_name')
last_name = profile.get('last_name')
email = profile.get('email')

response = client.get_driver_trips()
trips = response.json

print (first_name)
When I run my code I get an illegal state CSRF error

Traceback (most recent call last):
  line 21, in <module>
  File "/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/3.8/lib/python3.8/site-packages/uber_rides/", line 294, in get_session
    authorization_code = self._verify_query(query_params)
  File "/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/3.8/lib/python3.8/site-packages/uber_rides/", line 255, in _verify_query
    raise UberIllegalState(error_message)

uber_rides.errors.UberIllegalState: CSRF Error. Expected YYYY, got XXXX
From what I've gathered so far the error is coming up because every time the code is ran a new authorization url is requested and the original that is hard-coded doesn't match the newly requested auth code in the redirect_uri.

I am hoping someone would be able to help me get around this error, and somehow automate the auth so they match.

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