President Trump turned to Twitter on Saturday night to express disappointment with Joe Biden, who is making decisions in the cabinet as Trump’s legal team continued to spread allegations of fraud and electoral elections.
“Why did Joe Biden form a cabinet so quickly when my investigators found hundreds of thousands of fraudulent votes enough to” turn over “at least four countries, which in turn is more than enough to win the election?” Trump wrote on Twitter.
Trump’s comments came as Wisconsin continued its census, hours after a Pennsylvania federal judge dismissed another lawsuit by Trump to prevent the election results from being verified in that country.
The decision of the American judge from the Middle District Matthew Bran on Saturday was only the last disappointment for the “Trump 2020”
“We hope that the courts and / or the legislature will have the COURAGE to do what needs to be done to preserve the integrity of our elections, as well as the United States itself,” Trump added.
But Trump’s legal team has so far failed to overturn any state vote counts because it has failed to prove its allegations of “hundreds of thousands of fraudulent votes,” despite repeated allegations by Trump and his personal lawyer, Rudy Gilliani.
Trump takes over Cheney
Some Republican lawmakers are also rejecting the president.
“The president and his lawyers are alleging crime and widespread fraud, which they say could affect the election results,” said spokeswoman Liz Cheney, R-Wyo. In a statement on Friday. “If they have real evidence of this, they are obliged to present it immediately in court and before the American people.”
“If the president cannot prove these claims or prove that they will change the election result, he must fulfill his oath to preserve, defend and defend the United States Constitution, respecting the sanctity of our election process,” she added.
But in a furious tirade of tweets on Saturday night, Trump followed Cheney.
“I’m sorry, Liz, I can’t accept the election results with hundreds of thousands of fraudulent votes, enough to easily turn the election around,” he said. “You’re just unhappy that I’m bringing troops back home where they belong!”
Representative Ben Sasse, R-Neb. And Sens. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, and R-Maine’s Susan Collins also expressed disapproval of Trump’s repeated attempts to overturn the results of the presidential election through the courts.
“There is a right and wrong way to gather evidence and mount legal challenges in our courts. The wrong way is to try to put pressure on government officials in the election,” Collins told Politico this week as Trump plans to meet with lawmakers. from Michigan.
“This undermines public confidence in our election results without evidence and court rulings in support of the allegations.”
U.S. Sen. Pat Toomie, R-Pa., Backed Judge Bran’s decision Saturday and congratulated Biden and newly elected Vice President Kamala Harris on their victory.
Toomi said he knew Bran, “a longtime conservative Republican … that he was a fair and impartial lawyer,” and therefore believed that Trump “had exhausted all plausible legal options to challenge the outcome of the presidential race in Pennsylvania.”
“Judge appointed by Obama”
But Trump’s legal team and senior advisers have suggested that they believe Bran’s decision comes from bias, noting that Bran is an “Obama-appointed judge.” They claimed that it had in fact expanded their strategy to take the fight to the US Supreme Court.
“It turns out that today’s decision helps us in our strategy to reach the US Supreme Court expeditiously,” a statement from the Trump team said. “While we do not fully agree with this view, we are grateful to the Obama-appointed judge for making this expected decision quickly, instead of just trying to get the clock out.”
Pennsylvania, along with Michigan, plans to validate Monday’s election results, with Biden holding strong leaders to vote in both states.
On Saturday, however, Republican National Committee Chairman Rona McDaniel requested a 14-day delay in Michigan to conduct an audit to eliminate “anomalies and credible reports of procedural irregularities” in Wayne County, which includes Detroit.
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Georgia certified its votes on Friday as a blow to Trump’s campaign, which initially relied on the 16 votes of the Electoral College in the traditional red state. He wanted a hand count after a close race.
Biden was expected to win 306 votes at the Electoral College, with Trump receiving 232, the same margin that Trump won against Hillary Clinton in 2016.