There could be more wild legal maneuvers but the state’s move neuters Trump’s attempted courtroom coup.
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Experts agree: Trump’s legal effort is dead, and rigor mortis is setting in.
No, he says, he doesn’t have to provide any evidence of fraud in the state. Instead, it’s Pennsylvania that must prove its mail-in ballots were legal.
The former federal prosecutor took over a campaign lawsuit and indulged in Trump-flavored conspiracy mongering.
A new suit that appears to be a pointless delaying tactic was filed in Arizona, as the campaign dropped its infamous “Sharpie” challenge.
Giuliani claimed allegations of vote fraud in Detroit would sink Biden—but experts say the latest legal action is a non-starter.
Justice Samuel Alito did not call for vote-counting to stop, as the GOP wanted.
"This is garbage,” one said. "None of that is going to change the outcome if they prevail.”