Trump’s Senate allies back call to reject vote legitimacy


The Trump campaign earlier won a legal case in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania after a Commonwealth Court judge ordered that all candidates, their representatives, and poll watchers must be allowed to observe the ballot counting process within a distance of six feet.

President Trump called the Commonwealth Court’s decision a “big legal win” in Pennsylvania, a critical battleground state with 20 Electoral College votes.

The Trump campaign has also requested a recount in Wisconsin and may also wish to have one in other battleground states.

Michigan and Wisconsin have been called for Joe Biden with the possibility of Arizona and Nevada also swinging in favor of the Democrat’s. Trump’s campaign has already filed lawsuits in a handful of swing states over allegations that observers were barred from observing ballots.


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