Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani heads to Gettysburg, where he has a Covid consultant

Jenna Ellis, senior legal counsel for Trump’s campaign, speaks when Boris Epshteyn, Trump’s campaign adviser, whispers to New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trump’s personal attorney at the Washington Republican National Committee headquarters on the press release on the results of the U.S. presidential election in 2020. November 19, 2020

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President Donald Trump, the campaign’s chief adviser, said on Wednesday he had given a positive result to the coronavirus six days after attending a controversial press conference led by Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani.

Boris Epshteyn made the Covid-19 diagnosis public when Giuliani, a Trump attorney who led this press conference, held in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, which he called a hearing in the Pennsylvania Senate Majority Policy Committee on the election of the state.

Giuliani’s son, Andrew, who also attended his father’s press conference Thursday at the Republican National Committee’s Washington headquarters, revealed last Friday that it is showing a positive result for the coronavirus. Andrew Giuliani is the White House’s special assistant to Trump.

The Gettysburg trial comes a day after Pennsylvania confirmed its election results and won there for elected president Joe Biden, the former Democratic vice president.

Epshteyn said in a tweet, “I experience mild symptoms and follow all appropriate protocols, including quarantine and contact tracing.”

Jenna Ellis, one of the campaign’s senior legal advisers, who also attended the press conference, tweeted about half an hour before Epsteyn’s tweet that he “went to Gettysburg (PA) @RudyGiuliani. “

The campaign said it would hear testimony from people who had made a statement claiming they were aware of the election fraud at a hearing invited by Republican state senators.

Epshteyn, a former special assistant to Trump, was physically very close to Giuliani and Ellis at the press conference, where these two lawyers and campaign lawyer Sidney Powell then made widespread allegations of election fraud that were not substantiated.

At the press conference, Rudy Giuliani was sweating heavily, so much so that the face that looked like hair dye ran down both faces.

Giuliani is leading the Trump campaign’s legal efforts to question the outcome of voting results in several states as a long-term bid to reverse Biden’s predicted victory at the Electoral College.

Legal experts have given these efforts little chance of success.

On Saturday, a Pennsylvania federal judge, a former Republican official, brutally rejected Giuliani’s arguments in a lawsuit aimed at blocking verification of the state’s vote account, saying it was “unworthy”.

The Trump campaign and its allies have lost or withdrawn about 36 legal challenges across the country due to voting and the voting process.

Biden is currently projected to get 306 voter votes, 36 more than it takes to win the White House.

Gettysburg is the most famous battle of the United States Civil War. For three days in July 1863, EU forces defeated the traitorous Confederate forces led by Robert E. Lee, thwarting their invasion of the north.

Four months later, President Abraham Lincoln delivered the famous Gettysburg speech at the battlefield, urging his students to take action to ensure that “these dead do not die in vain for this nation to be born new under God. the government of the people, which the people will destroy from the earth for the people. “