Such as President Trump The legal team argued the Saturday before Wisconsin The president’s re-election effort suffered another statutory loss in the Federal District Court to cast hundreds of thousands of votes on the Supreme Court in two counties in blue.
- As President Trump’s legal team argued before the Supreme Court in Wisconsin on Saturday by throwing hundreds of thousands of ballots into two blue counties, the president’s re-election effort suffered another legal loss in federal district court.
- The case before the Supreme Court of Wisconsin aims to deduct votes in the Democratic counties of Milwaukee and Dane. The votes in the provinces won by the president are not contested.
U.S. District Court Judge Brett Ludwig, who was appointed by President Trump to the bench, rejected a federal lawsuit that would have compelled the state legislature to declare Trump the winner in the state’s Electoral College vote on Democrat Joe Biden.
Ludwig said the president’s legal arguments “fail in terms of law and reality”.
The other case, aimed at deducting votes in the densely populated Milwaukee counties and the religion of Democracy, was dismissed by a lower court but later heard by the state Supreme Court. The votes in the provinces won by the president are not contested.
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