President TrumpDonald John Trump Files for Georgia’s New Census Campaign GOP Senator Congratulates Biden, Says Trump Must Accept Results FDA Gives Urgent Approval to Treat Trump’s Coronavirus Antibodies MORE in a late-night tweet in a Pennsylvania federal judge who rejected a lawsuit filed by his campaign seeking to halt the vote verification process on a key battlefield
“I WILL APPEAL!” The president added in a follow-up tweet.
…. I WILL APPEAL!
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 22, 2020
Judge Matthew Branch ruled on Saturday in the case of Trump’s campaign, which alleges that ballots mailed to Keystone State were treated differently than those made in person “without merit” and rejected it.
“In the United States, this cannot justify disenfranchisement of one voter, let alone all voters in its sixth most populous state. Our people, laws and institutions demand more,” Brann wrote.
On election day, early returns showed Trump with a significant lead among personal voters, a calculation that was slowly cut short and eventually surpassed by the newly elected president. Joe BidenJoe Biden’s Campaign Files for Georgia’s New Census GOP Senator Congratulates Biden, Says Trump Must Accept Results Judge Rejects Lawsuit in Trump’s Pennsylvania Camp in Tough Setting MORE after the mail in the ballots arrived and was counted.
In the weeks following the presidential election, Trump’s campaign caused legal challenges in Pennsylvania and other states on the battlefield, with Biden turning from red to blue with limited success. In Pennsylvania, Biden leads Trump, who barred the election, by more than 80,000 votes.
His. Pat TomyPatrick (Pat) Joseph Toomey Court of Appeal rules illegal collection of NSA telephone data illegally Dunford withdraws from meeting and chairs coronavirus surveillance panel GOP senators urge rapid, partial economic recovery MORE (R-Pa.) Congratulations to Biden on his victory after the news of Bran’s rule came out, a move that separates him from his Republican counterparts, who either question the integrity of the presidential election or neglect to recognize Biden as the winner.
“With today’s decision by Judge Matthew Bran, a longtime conservative Republican I know to be a fair and impartial lawyer, to dismiss the Trump campaign, President Trump has exhausted all plausible legal options to challenge the outcome of the Pennsylvania presidential race. The senator said in a statement.
Trump’s lawyers have indicated that they plan to file the case in Pennsylvania in the Third Round of the US Court of Appeals, Reuters reported.
“Witch hunt” is a phrase Trump uses to describe former special advisers Robert MuellerRobert (Bob) Mueller of CNN Toobin warns that McCabe is in “dangerous condition” with Trump’s daring anchor CNN tearing Trump over Stone as he challenges the Clinton-Lynch asphalt site The Hill’s 12:30 Report: New Hampshirean investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 elections and the impeachment leveled against him by Democrats late last year.
The Trump campaign says there is evidence of widespread voter fraud in several countries, but it has had many challenges rejected in court.