Trump calls for a meeting in Pennsylvania to renew election needs

President TrumpDonald John Trump, Minnesota justifies the Biden victory he called for a meeting of Republicans in Pennsylvania on Wednesday in Gettysburg to renew his unsubstantiated allegations that the election had been stolen from him, telling participants to “reverse the election.”

Trump’s remark came two days after his administration began working with the elected president Joe BidenJoe Biden Minnesota justifies Biden’s victory Trump tells Allies to plan grace at his mercy for Michael Flynn: Biden reports staff spoke to Fauci: “He was very, very helpful.”Trump’s transitional team posted a move to facilitate the transfer of power, which Trump noted on Twitter.

Trump called his campaign’s legal counsel, Jenna Ellis, who was present at the meeting and spoke from the speakerphone for several minutes on Wednesday afternoon. He doubled his unfounded fraud claims in the election and falsely claimed to have won “a lot” of the presidential race against Biden.

“This election was lost to the Democrats. They cheated. It was a fraudulent election. Trump told the group, causing a wide round of applause. “I want to thank everyone for being there.”

“We need to reverse the election,” Trump said, claiming he had the evidence to change the election result. “We only need a judge to listen properly.”

In fact, Trump’s legal efforts to challenge voting procedures in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and other states have been rejected or revoked. His campaign did not provide evidence to substantiate allegations of widespread election fraud, although they continue to do so. Trump is a lawyer at the trial Rudy GiulianiRudy GiulianiJake Tapper jokes that he kept Giuliani to investigate the fraud in the “Sexiest Man” election. New York pioneer mayor David Dinkins dies in Trump 93 transition order according to Trump probably won the state of Virginia. According to the state’s vote count, Trump lost more than 10 percentage points and more than 450,000 votes against Virginia’s Biden.

Over the weekend, a Pennsylvania federal judge issued a sharp opinion rejecting the campaign’s efforts to block the verification of votes in Keystone State. Judge Matthew Brann, a U.S. district court, wrote in a statement on Saturday that “tense legal arguments have been filed in court without merit and speculative allegations” and their complaint is “not substantiated by evidence”.

The states where the Trump campaign questioned the results – Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Nevada – have all moved to justify their results over the past week, further strengthening Biden’s victory.

The General Services Directorate on Monday identified Bident as the apparent winner of the election, freeing up federal resources to support the transition and giving his team access to federal agencies.

Trump also signed on Tuesday to share with Biden the presidential daily briefing, the daily classified intelligence briefing.

But while Trump said earlier this week that he would approve his administration to work with the transition, he made it clear that he did not intend to formally agree, even as a growing number of Republicans recognize Biden as elected president.

Trump initially intended to personally attend the meeting, but canceled those plans Wednesday morning. The meeting was never on the president’s official schedule.

The president had just convened the meeting when Biden took the stage in del Wilmington to deliver his own speech asking Americans to unite themselves in the fight against the coronavirus.

“I know the country is tired of fighting. We need to remember that we are at war with the virus, not with each other, not with each other. This is the moment when we need to steel our spines, redouble our efforts and re-commit ourselves to the fight.” Biden said. – We’re all in this together.