LIVE UPDATES: Trump insists that Wisconsin, Pennsylvania election battles are far from over

President Trump said Saturday that his team will challenge the result of the election recount in Wisconsin after elected president Joe Biden paired his leadership role in Milwaukee County with just over 100 votes.

Trump continued to refer to election frauds in Pennsylvania, despite federal appeals judges ruling on Friday that the Trump 2020 campaign’s allegations in that state were “unworthy”.

“The Wisconsin recount is not about counting mistakes, but about finding people who voted illegally, and this matter will be brought on Monday or Tuesday after the recount is complete,” the president tweeted on Saturday. many illegal votes. Stay with us! ”

Quick data on the legal challenges of Trump 2020

    • Trump said he will challenge the Wisconsin recount results when it ends as he is unlikely to overturn Biden’s victory
    • Trump’s team plans to take Pennsylvania’s findings to the Supreme Court

Trump’s team has asked for a recount in two Democrat-minded counties in Wisconsin, allegedly paying $ 3 million.

In Dane County, Trump won nearly 100 votes, and even more votes were expected on Saturday afternoon.

The deadline is Tuesday for the Democratic chairman of the bipartisan Wisconsin Electoral Commission to certify the votes, but the conservative group, the Wisconsin Electoral Alliance, has filed a lawsuit against election officials in an attempt to stop the process.

Biden won the state with just over 20,000 votes.

Meanwhile, the Trump campaign has claimed it intends to take its Pennsylvania case to the Supreme Court.

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