Trump was planning to travel to Gettysburg on Wednesday morning for a public hearing on election “issues” organized by Rudy Giuliani and Pennsylvania State Senate Republicans—but the trip was canceled at the last minute, according to a pool report. The event is expected be about supposed voting irregularities in the 2020 presidential election, and organizers designated it as a “public hearing” but it will take place in a hotel. Republican leaders have to date produced no evidence of widespread voter fraud despite weeks of claims of a stolen election. Though Trump’s administration has authorized the start of a transition to Joe Biden’s presidency, the president himself has said he “will never concede to fake ballots.” Trump has tried to overturn the results of the election in Pennsylvania and elsewhere, but his lawsuits have overwhelmingly failed, and the state certified its voting tally and Biden’s win on Tuesday.
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