Trump attacks judges over another court’s rejection of his lawyers’ allegations of voter fraud US elections 2020

A day after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court The court issued an injunction restraining it from certifying the results Since the November 3 US elections, Donald Trump has exploded the decision of the judges.

Saturday’s lawsuit – which sought to vote 2.5m mail in the important state – was the latest in a dozen failed cases by Trump’s lawyers, with judges urging his lawyers to fail to present evidence related to the fraud.

As states testify to the results, Trump has always been reluctant to run in the election, with Joe Biden set to run for president on Jan. 20 and appoint a team for his administration.

However, in his first media appearance after losing the presidential race to his Democratic rival on Sunday, the president called Fox News to criticize the courts for the legal failures of his campaign so far, which were based on a series of allegations of widespread voter conspiracy. Fraud.

“We are not allowed to put it in our source. They say you do not stand,” Trump told Fox’s Sunday Morning Futures.

“We have affidavits, we have hundreds and hundreds of affidavits,” Trump added, adding that the so-called “biggest evidence” is that lawyers will “file a good, big beautiful case” without providing any details.

Within 20 days of the election, Republicans and Trump campaign officials leaned in, without any evidence that some states allowed voters to vote after Election Day.

His Interview Trump’s campaign in war-torn states, including Pennsylvania, comes after weeks of legal challenges, where the basic lawsuit was filed just months after the law allowed Pennsylvania’s post-voting law to be challenged.

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Saturday failed Friday’s decision by the Federal Court of Appeals Dismiss a separate challenge to the Pennsylvania decision and support a district judge who likened the president’s unsubstantiated and erroneous case to “Frankenstein’s monster.”

The Presidential Legal Committee, led by former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, has called for reconsideration in states such as Georgia, Wisconsin and Michigan, accusing the Justice Department, the FBI and even the federal government of fraudulently counting ballot machines. The court system was complicit.

But none of these claims are true. In fact, Trump’s own legal team has not formally challenged the election results in any state court.

According to Washington Post, There are lawyers within the campaign describing the last attempt – Trump’s legal adviser is increasingly “confused.” A close adviser told The Post Trump, like “Mad King George,” echoed the White House’s murmur, “I won. I won. I won.”

Meanwhile, Milwaukee County Completed its review and certified its results Friday, 10 days after the Trump campaign Filed a request for reconsideration There and Dane County, two Democratic strongholds in the state with large black populations.

After finding nearly 400 uncounted ballots, Biden actually increased the size of his victory – 257 extra votes for the president’s 125 extra votes. Once Dane County certifies its results, the state will move forward with its final certification process.

Trump responded by saying that the review was not about trying to find fault, but about “finding those who voted illegally” – again, promoting discredited conspiracies that his campaign had “discovered many illegal votes.”

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Although Biden, now president-elect, has announced his first 100 days in office as cabinet ministers and his agenda, the outgoing president has yet to agree on a 2020 election.

After Biden crossed the 80-meter ballot – voting more than 6 meters – Trump demanded that Trump prove that the votes he received in the election were “not obtained illegally,” which is not a legal requirement for any official to take office.

There have been numerous reports based on anonymous official sources that Trump is weighing a run in the 2024 presidential election, including the Daily Beast report he is considering. He announced his campaign during Biden’s inauguration.

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