US President Trump gets another shock when US court rejects Pennsylvania lawsuit

Vastavam web: In a new setback for US President Donald Trump’s efforts to reverse the outcome of the Nov. 3 presidential election in the Pennsylvania battlefield, a court rejected a lawsuit by his team, noting that ” voters, not lawyers, not the president. The ruling comes four days after Pennsylvania crowned Democratic rival Joe Biden the winner in the state with 20 electoral college votes. Trump, a Republican, refused to accept a defeat in the November 3 presidential election, and told reporters on Thursday that it would be ‘difficult’ to concede to Biden, a Democrat.

He has launched a string of lawsuits in key states but has provided no evidence to substantiate his allegations of electoral fraud. Many of the lawsuits were dismissed by the courts.
The three-judge panel of the 3rd U.S. Court of Appeals on Friday upheld a previous ruling rejecting the Trump campaign’s request for an order in the Pennsylvania case to challenge the election results, and dismissing the lawsuit. hand shown. He co-wrote the order with two other judges on the bench, Chief Justice Brooks Smith and Judge Michael Chagares, who were appointed by former Republican President George W Bush.

Trump refused to concede the November 3 election to Biden and has filed several lawsuits disputing the outcome of the poll in several states. Former Vice President Biden is declared the winner of the US presidential election on November 7 after transferring Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin to the Democrats’ column. Biden has 306 votes to Trump’s 232 votes. To win the White House race, the successful candidate must have at least 270 voting votes from the 538-member Electoral College.

Biden’s score is far more than the 270 needed to win the White House race, and he also leads the popular vote by more than six million. However, in his remarks on Thanksgiving Day, Trump said it would be a mistake if Electoral College elected Biden. The president-elect leads the Pennsylvania battlefield with more than 80,000 votes.