總統及其競選團隊表示,他們將全力以赴為選舉結果而戰。特朗普10日連發推文,宣稱“正取得巨大進展”“下週開始結果會出來”“我們會贏”。 自投票日以來,特朗普競選團隊已在至少五個州提起十多起訴訟,試圖扭轉選舉結果。但目前為止,他們的訴訟努力收效甚微。 “你不能僅僅因為不喜歡票數結果就去法院。”俄亥俄州選舉法教授奈德·弗里說,“你必須有合法主張,必須有證據來支持它。但現在都看不到。” 特朗普競選團隊迄今為止到底提出了哪些訴訟,綜合多家外媒大致梳理如下: 1,賓夕法尼亞州:延長日期違憲、觀察員站得太遠 關鍵“搖擺州”賓夕法尼亞州是特朗普發起訴訟攻勢的中心地帶。 賓夕法尼亞州法律原本規定,郵寄選票必須在選舉夜投票結束前送達。但賓州最高法院以郵件延誤和新冠疫情為由,允許在11月3日蓋戳的郵寄選票最晚在11月6日前送達選舉辦公室。 特朗普團隊堅決反對統計“遲來”的選票,正推動美國最高法院駁回這項操作。目前為止,他們在法庭上取得了一定的勝利。一家州法院和州最高法院分別裁定,如果該州延長郵寄選票截止期限的做法被認定為違憲,地方官員就必須隔離一些投票。目前還不清楚會有多少這樣的選票。法律專家認為,這部分晚到的選票數量相對較小,即使最高法院最終否決這些選票,也不足以推翻拜登目前4.5萬張選票的領先優勢。 此外,特朗普團隊的另一項訴訟也略有進展。一名聯邦法官裁定,當地選舉觀察員可以與選舉官員站得比此前更近一些;但觀察員可以暫停點票進程的要求被法官駁回。 賓夕法尼亞州檢察長夏皮羅對美媒表示,儘管特朗普發表了在賓州取得“重大”法律勝利的言論,但這些訴訟到目前為止還沒有對選舉進程帶來實質性改變,並不算什麼“重大勝利”。 9日下午,一些共和黨高層人士在共和黨全國委員會總部宣布,他們在賓夕法尼亞州提起了一項新訴訟,以阻止當地確認拜登在該州獲勝,理由是共和黨人在選舉中受到不公平、不平等待遇。目前訴訟仍在進行中。 2,密歇根州:缺乏透明度、選舉官員作弊 密歇根也是4年前“飄紅”、如今“翻藍”的五大湖地區工業州、重要“戰場州”。拜登以約14.7萬張選票的優勢在當地勝出。 特朗普團隊向當地法院提起至少兩項訴訟,都是要求暫停全州範圍內的計票工作,推遲認證計票結果。理由分別是選舉觀察員沒有得到適當機會觀察計票過程;選舉工作人員人為修復沒被機器讀出的選票。 但當地法官不為所動。上週,法官辛西婭·斯蒂芬斯駁回了要求停止該州的計票的單獨請求:“就事實記錄來看,我沒有依據判斷在案情上有很大的成功可能性。”與此同時,法官蒂莫西·肯尼拒絕了推遲認證選舉結果的請求,他指出,法庭認為,雖然原告提出了主張,但沒有證據支持其說法。 不過,特朗普競選團隊10日表示,他們還有更多有關底特律選舉過程的證據,將提出新的訴訟。 3,亞利桑那州:“記號筆門” 特朗普團隊和共和黨全國委員會此前提起訴訟,稱一些選民的選票因使用油性記號筆填寫而被錯誤拒絕。 美國國土安全部隨後認定這是虛假消息,並呼籲民眾不要誤傳消息。但這一說法仍在社交媒體上瘋傳。 上週六,亞利桑那州共和黨人撤銷了有關記號筆的訴訟,但隨後又提起另一項訴訟,指控該州的其他選票被錯誤拒絕,從而剝奪了特朗普數千張潛在選票。 9日的初步聽證會顯示,可能有180張選票受到影響。目前訴訟仍在進行中,下次聽證會定於週四(12日)進行。美媒預計,特朗普團隊將拿出一些證據來支持他們的說法。 亞利桑那州州務卿、民主黨人霍布斯稱這起訴訟是對“記號筆門”的“重新包裝”。 “這些說法毫無根據……那些人是在抓救命稻草。” 4,佐治亞州:“遲到”選票應作廢 特朗普團隊此前在當地提起訴訟,要求取消約53張選票的點算資格,因為當地選舉觀察員指認這部分選票屬於錯過11月3日晚7時投票截止時間的廢票,不應與合法選票混在一起。 上週,佐治亞州法官詹姆斯·巴斯駁回了這起訴訟,因為觀察員並不能提供任何證明選票“遲到”的證據,因此這些選票仍然有效。 9日,佐治亞州的兩名共和黨參議員呼籲該州州務卿、共和黨人拉芬斯珀格辭職,理由是“今年佐治亞州的選舉存在太多失敗”。拉芬斯珀格回擊稱,“我的工作是遵守州法律,確保所有合法選票得到正確和準確的統計……作為一名共和黨人,我對共和黨人保住美國參議院感到擔憂。”他建議兩名議員找准自己的關注點。 由於兩人選票差距在0.5%以內,佐治亞州仍需重新計票。但外媒預計,重計選票不太會改變該州的預期結果,因為拜登仍有逾1.2萬張選票的領先優勢。 5,內華達州:觀察不到位、機器誤驗簽名 內華達目前也是拜登以相當微弱優勢贏下的一個州。特朗普團隊已在當地輸掉兩項訴訟。一是要求克拉克縣全面停止郵寄選票點算工作,直到他們能保證有意義的選票觀察工作;二是指控該州人口最多的克拉克縣“存在選舉違規行為”,不應該使用機器來驗證選票簽名,導致3000多張選票的合法性存疑。 針對第一項訴訟,地區法官上週駁回,裁定缺乏證據。但原告提出上訴。 11月5日,州最高法院表示,雙方已達成和解。針對第二項請求,聯邦法官安德魯·戈登6日駁回,同樣裁定沒有證據表明克拉克縣的讀票機器無法正常工作。 特朗普競選團隊還表示,他們將要求威斯康星州重新計票,理由是當地幾個縣存在“違規行為”。 目前看來,除了在賓夕法尼亞取得一定進展外,特朗普團隊在各地的努力基本都以失敗收場。此前有消息稱,特朗普將於10日晚在福克斯節目中揭露“選票腐敗”。但截至當地時間11日凌晨2時,福克斯新聞網站沒有相關報導,網站首頁映入眼簾的仍是一幅幅拜登的新聞照片。 🍀 The president and his campaign team stated that they will go all out to fight for the election results. Trump repeatedly tweeted on the 10th, declaring that “great progress is being made”, “results will come out next week,” and “we will win.” Since voting day, the Trump campaign has filed more than a dozen lawsuits in at least five states in an attempt to reverse the election results. But so far, their litigation efforts have had little effect. “You can’t go to court just because you don’t like the result of the vote.” Ohio election law professor Ned Free said. “You must have a legal claim, you must have evidence to support it. But you can’t see it now.” Which lawsuits the Trump campaign has filed so far is summarized as follows: 1. Pennsylvania: The extension of the date is unconstitutional and the observers stand too far The key “swing state” Pennsylvania is the heartland of Trump’s litigation offensive. Pennsylvania law originally required that mailed ballots must be delivered before the end of voting on election night. However, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court allowed mailed ballots stamped on November 3 to reach the election office by November 6 at the latest on the grounds of mail delays and the new crown epidemic. The Trump team firmly opposes counting “late” votes and is pushing the US Supreme Court to reject this operation. So far, they have achieved certain victory in court. A state court and the state supreme court separately ruled that if the state’s extension of the deadline for mailing ballots is deemed unconstitutional, local officials must isolate some votes. It is unclear how many such votes will be available. Legal experts believe that the number of late votes is relatively small, and even if the Supreme Court ultimately vetoes these votes, it will not be enough to overturn Biden’s current lead of 45,000 votes. In addition, another lawsuit by the Trump team has also made slight progress. A federal judge ruled that local election observers can stand closer to election officials than before; but the observer’s request to suspend the counting process was rejected by the judge. Pennsylvania Attorney General Shapiro told U.S. media that despite Trump’s remarks about a “significant” legal victory in Pennsylvania, these lawsuits have so far not brought substantial changes to the electoral process and are not considered What a “major victory”. On the afternoon of the 9th, some senior Republicans announced at the headquarters of the Republican National Committee that they had filed a new lawsuit in Pennsylvania to prevent the locals from confirming that Biden had won in the state on the grounds that the Republicans were unfair and unequal in the election. treatment. The lawsuit is still ongoing. 2. Michigan: lack of transparency, election officials cheating Michigan is also an industrial state and an important “battlefield state” in the Great Lakes region that was “floating red” four years ago and now “turning blue”. Biden won the local victory with approximately 147,000 votes. The Trump team filed at least two lawsuits with local courts, both of which require suspension of state-wide vote counting and postpone certification of vote counting results. The reasons are that the election observers did not get the proper opportunity to observe the ballot counting process; the election staff artificially repaired the ballots that were not read by the machine. But the local judge was unmoved. Last week, Judge Cynthia Stephens dismissed a separate request to stop the state’s vote counting: “As far as the factual record is concerned, I have no basis for judging that there is a great possibility of success in the case.” At the same time, Judge Di Mosie Kenny rejected the request to postpone the certification of the election results. He pointed out that the court held that although the plaintiff had made a claim, there was no evidence to support his claim. However, the Trump campaign said on the 10th that they have more evidence about the Detroit election process and will file a new lawsuit. 3. Arizona: “Marker Pen Gate” The Trump team and the Republican National Committee previously filed a lawsuit, claiming that some voters’ ballots were incorrectly rejected because they were filled out with oil-based markers. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security subsequently determined that this was false news and called on the public not to misrepresent the news. But this statement is still going viral on social media. Last Saturday, Arizona Republicans withdrew the marker pen lawsuit, but then filed another lawsuit alleging that other ballots in the state were wrongly rejected, thus depriving Trump of thousands of potential votes. The preliminary hearing on the 9th revealed that 180 votes may be affected. The lawsuit is still ongoing, and the next hearing is scheduled for Thursday (12th). The US media predicts that the Trump team will produce some evidence to support their claims. Arizona Secretary of State and Democrat Hobbs called the lawsuit a “repackaging” of the “marker door.” “These claims are baseless… those people are grabbing life-saving straws.” 4. Georgia: “Late” ballot should be void The Trump team previously filed a lawsuit in the local area, demanding that about 53 ballots be disqualified for counting, because local election observers identified these ballots as invalid votes that missed the voting deadline at 7 pm on November 3 and should not be related to legitimate votes. mixed together. Last week, Georgia Judge James Bass dismissed the lawsuit because the observers could not provide any evidence that the ballots were “late”, so the ballots are still valid. On the 9th, two Republican senators from Georgia called on the state secretary of state and Republican Ravensperger to resign on the grounds that “there are too many failures in the Georgia election this year.” Ravensperger fired back, saying, “My job is to abide by state laws and ensure that all legal votes are counted correctly and accurately… As a Republican, I am concerned about Republicans keeping the U.S. Senate.” He suggested two. Councillors pinpoint their concerns. Since the vote gap between the two is within 0.5%, Georgia still needs to recount the votes. However, foreign media predict that the recounting of votes is unlikely to change the expected results of the state, because Biden still has a lead of more than 12,000 votes. 5. Nevada: Insufficient observations, machine mischecking signatures Nevada is currently also a state where Biden has won by a rather narrow advantage. The Trump team has lost two lawsuits locally. The first is to require Clark County to completely stop the counting of mailed ballots until they can guarantee meaningful ballot observation; the second is to accuse Clark County, the state’s most populous county, of “existing election violations” and that machines should not be used to verify ballot signatures. This led to doubts about the legitimacy of more than 3,000 votes. Regarding the first lawsuit, the district judge dismissed it last week, ruling lack of evidence. But the plaintiff appealed. On November 5, the state Supreme Court stated that the two parties had reached a settlement. In response to the second request, Federal Judge Andrew Gordon dismissed it on the 6th and also ruled that there was no evidence that the ticket-reading machine in Clark County was not working properly. The Trump campaign also stated that they will ask Wisconsin to recount the votes on the grounds that there are “violations” in several local counties. At present, in addition to some progress in Pennsylvania, the Trump team’s efforts in various places basically ended in failure. Earlier news said that Trump will expose “vote corruption” on the Fox program on the evening of the 10th. However, as of 2 a.m. local time on the 11th, the Fox News website had no relevant reports, and the homepage of the website still greeted Biden’s news photos.

總統及其競選團隊表示,他們將全力以赴為選舉結果而戰。特朗普10日連發推文,宣稱“正取得巨大進展”“下週開始結果會出來”“我們會贏”。
自投票日以來,特朗普競選團隊已在至少五個州提起十多起訴訟,試圖扭轉選舉結果。但目前為止,他們的訴訟努力收效甚微。 “你不能僅僅因為不喜歡票數結果就去法院。”俄亥俄州選舉法教授奈德·弗里說,“你必須有合法主張,必須有證據來支持它。但現在都看不到。”
特朗普競選團隊迄今為止到底提出了哪些訴訟,綜合多家外媒大致梳理如下:
1,賓夕法尼亞州:延長日期違憲、觀察員站得太遠
關鍵“搖擺州”賓夕法尼亞州是特朗普發起訴訟攻勢的中心地帶。
賓夕法尼亞州法律原本規定,郵寄選票必須在選舉夜投票結束前送達。但賓州最高法院以郵件延誤和新冠疫情為由,允許在11月3日蓋戳的郵寄選票最晚在11月6日前送達選舉辦公室。
特朗普團隊堅決反對統計“遲來”的選票,正推動美國最高法院駁回這項操作。目前為止,他們在法庭上取得了一定的勝利。一家州法院和州最高法院分別裁定,如果該州延長郵寄選票截止期限的做法被認定為違憲,地方官員就必須隔離一些投票。目前還不清楚會有多少這樣的選票。法律專家認為,這部分晚到的選票數量相對較小,即使最高法院最終否決這些選票,也不足以推翻拜登目前4.5萬張選票的領先優勢。
此外,特朗普團隊的另一項訴訟也略有進展。一名聯邦法官裁定,當地選舉觀察員可以與選舉官員站得比此前更近一些;但觀察員可以暫停點票進程的要求被法官駁回。
賓夕法尼亞州檢察長夏皮羅對美媒表示,儘管特朗普發表了在賓州取得“重大”法律勝利的言論,但這些訴訟到目前為止還沒有對選舉進程帶來實質性改變,並不算什麼“重大勝利”。
9日下午,一些共和黨高層人士在共和黨全國委員會總部宣布,他們在賓夕法尼亞州提起了一項新訴訟,以阻止當地確認拜登在該州獲勝,理由是共和黨人在選舉中受到不公平、不平等待遇。目前訴訟仍在進行中。
2,密歇根州:缺乏透明度、選舉官員作弊
密歇根也是4年前“飄紅”、如今“翻藍”的五大湖地區工業州、重要“戰場州”。拜登以約14.7萬張選票的優勢在當地勝出。
特朗普團隊向當地法院提起至少兩項訴訟,都是要求暫停全州範圍內的計票工作,推遲認證計票結果。理由分別是選舉觀察員沒有得到適當機會觀察計票過程;選舉工作人員人為修復沒被機器讀出的選票。
但當地法官不為所動。上週,法官辛西婭·斯蒂芬斯駁回了要求停止該州的計票的單獨請求:“就事實記錄來看,我沒有依據判斷在案情上有很大的成功可能性。”與此同時,法官蒂莫西·肯尼拒絕了推遲認證選舉結果的請求,他指出,法庭認為,雖然原告提出了主張,但沒有證據支持其說法。
不過,特朗普競選團隊10日表示,他們還有更多有關底特律選舉過程的證據,將提出新的訴訟。
3,亞利桑那州:“記號筆門”
特朗普團隊和共和黨全國委員會此前提起訴訟,稱一些選民的選票因使用油性記號筆填寫而被錯誤拒絕。
美國國土安全部隨後認定這是虛假消息,並呼籲民眾不要誤傳消息。但這一說法仍在社交媒體上瘋傳。
上週六,亞利桑那州共和黨人撤銷了有關記號筆的訴訟,但隨後又提起另一項訴訟,指控該州的其他選票被錯誤拒絕,從而剝奪了特朗普數千張潛在選票。 9日的初步聽證會顯示,可能有180張選票受到影響。目前訴訟仍在進行中,下次聽證會定於週四(12日)進行。美媒預計,特朗普團隊將拿出一些證據來支持他們的說法。
亞利桑那州州務卿、民主黨人霍布斯稱這起訴訟是對“記號筆門”的“重新包裝”。 “這些說法毫無根據……那些人是在抓救命稻草。”
4,佐治亞州:“遲到”選票應作廢
特朗普團隊此前在當地提起訴訟,要求取消約53張選票的點算資格,因為當地選舉觀察員指認這部分選票屬於錯過11月3日晚7時投票截止時間的廢票,不應與合法選票混在一起。
上週,佐治亞州法官詹姆斯·巴斯駁回了這起訴訟,因為觀察員並不能提供任何證明選票“遲到”的證據,因此這些選票仍然有效。
9日,佐治亞州的兩名共和黨參議員呼籲該州州務卿、共和黨人拉芬斯珀格辭職,理由是“今年佐治亞州的選舉存在太多失敗”。拉芬斯珀格回擊稱,“我的工作是遵守州法律,確保所有合法選票得到正確和準確的統計……作為一名共和黨人,我對共和黨人保住美國參議院感到擔憂。”他建議兩名議員找准自己的關注點。
由於兩人選票差距在0.5%以內,佐治亞州仍需重新計票。但外媒預計,重計選票不太會改變該州的預期結果,因為拜登仍有逾1.2萬張選票的領先優勢。
5,內華達州:觀察不到位、機器誤驗簽名
內華達目前也是拜登以相當微弱優勢贏下的一個州。特朗普團隊已在當地輸掉兩項訴訟。一是要求克拉克縣全面停止郵寄選票點算工作,直到他們能保證有意義的選票觀察工作;二是指控該州人口最多的克拉克縣“存在選舉違規行為”,不應該使用機器來驗證選票簽名,導致3000多張選票的合法性存疑。
針對第一項訴訟,地區法官上週駁回,裁定缺乏證據。但原告提出上訴。 11月5日,州最高法院表示,雙方已達成和解。針對第二項請求,聯邦法官安德魯·戈登6日駁回,同樣裁定沒有證據表明克拉克縣的讀票機器無法正常工作。
特朗普競選團隊還表示,他們將要求威斯康星州重新計票,理由是當地幾個縣存在“違規行為”。
目前看來,除了在賓夕法尼亞取得一定進展外,特朗普團隊在各地的努力基本都以失敗收場。此前有消息稱,特朗普將於10日晚在福克斯節目中揭露“選票腐敗”。但截至當地時間11日凌晨2時,福克斯新聞網站沒有相關報導,網站首頁映入眼簾的仍是一幅幅拜登的新聞照片。

The president and his campaign team stated that they will go all out to fight for the election results. Trump repeatedly tweeted on the 10th, declaring that “great progress is being made”, “results will come out next week,” and “we will win.”
Since voting day, the Trump campaign has filed more than a dozen lawsuits in at least five states in an attempt to reverse the election results. But so far, their litigation efforts have had little effect. “You can’t go to court just because you don’t like the result of the vote.” Ohio election law professor Ned Free said. “You must have a legal claim, you must have evidence to support it. But you can’t see it now.”
Which lawsuits the Trump campaign has filed so far is summarized as follows:
1. Pennsylvania: The extension of the date is unconstitutional and the observers stand too far
The key “swing state” Pennsylvania is the heartland of Trump’s litigation offensive.
Pennsylvania law originally required that mailed ballots must be delivered before the end of voting on election night. However, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court allowed mailed ballots stamped on November 3 to reach the election office by November 6 at the latest on the grounds of mail delays and the new crown epidemic.
The Trump team firmly opposes counting “late” votes and is pushing the US Supreme Court to reject this operation. So far, they have achieved certain victory in court. A state court and the state supreme court separately ruled that if the state’s extension of the deadline for mailing ballots is deemed unconstitutional, local officials must isolate some votes. It is unclear how many such votes will be available. Legal experts believe that the number of late votes is relatively small, and even if the Supreme Court ultimately vetoes these votes, it will not be enough to overturn Biden’s current lead of 45,000 votes.
In addition, another lawsuit by the Trump team has also made slight progress. A federal judge ruled that local election observers can stand closer to election officials than before; but the observer’s request to suspend the counting process was rejected by the judge.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Shapiro told U.S. media that despite Trump’s remarks about a “significant” legal victory in Pennsylvania, these lawsuits have so far not brought substantial changes to the electoral process and are not considered What a “major victory”.
On the afternoon of the 9th, some senior Republicans announced at the headquarters of the Republican National Committee that they had filed a new lawsuit in Pennsylvania to prevent the locals from confirming that Biden had won in the state on the grounds that the Republicans were unfair and unequal in the election. treatment. The lawsuit is still ongoing.
2. Michigan: lack of transparency, election officials cheating
Michigan is also an industrial state and an important “battlefield state” in the Great Lakes region that was “floating red” four years ago and now “turning blue”. Biden won the local victory with approximately 147,000 votes.
The Trump team filed at least two lawsuits with local courts, both of which require suspension of state-wide vote counting and postpone certification of vote counting results. The reasons are that the election observers did not get the proper opportunity to observe the ballot counting process; the election staff artificially repaired the ballots that were not read by the machine.
But the local judge was unmoved. Last week, Judge Cynthia Stephens dismissed a separate request to stop the state’s vote counting: “As far as the factual record is concerned, I have no basis for judging that there is a great possibility of success in the case.” At the same time, Judge Di Mosie Kenny rejected the request to postpone the certification of the election results. He pointed out that the court held that although the plaintiff had made a claim, there was no evidence to support his claim.
However, the Trump campaign said on the 10th that they have more evidence about the Detroit election process and will file a new lawsuit.
3. Arizona: “Marker Pen Gate”
The Trump team and the Republican National Committee previously filed a lawsuit, claiming that some voters’ ballots were incorrectly rejected because they were filled out with oil-based markers.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security subsequently determined that this was false news and called on the public not to misrepresent the news. But this statement is still going viral on social media.
Last Saturday, Arizona Republicans withdrew the marker pen lawsuit, but then filed another lawsuit alleging that other ballots in the state were wrongly rejected, thus depriving Trump of thousands of potential votes. The preliminary hearing on the 9th revealed that 180 votes may be affected. The lawsuit is still ongoing, and the next hearing is scheduled for Thursday (12th). The US media predicts that the Trump team will produce some evidence to support their claims.
Arizona Secretary of State and Democrat Hobbs called the lawsuit a “repackaging” of the “marker door.” “These claims are baseless… those people are grabbing life-saving straws.”
4. Georgia: “Late” ballot should be void
The Trump team previously filed a lawsuit in the local area, demanding that about 53 ballots be disqualified for counting, because local election observers identified these ballots as invalid votes that missed the voting deadline at 7 pm on November 3 and should not be related to legitimate votes. mixed together.
Last week, Georgia Judge James Bass dismissed the lawsuit because the observers could not provide any evidence that the ballots were “late”, so the ballots are still valid.
On the 9th, two Republican senators from Georgia called on the state secretary of state and Republican Ravensperger to resign on the grounds that “there are too many failures in the Georgia election this year.” Ravensperger fired back, saying, “My job is to abide by state laws and ensure that all legal votes are counted correctly and accurately… As a Republican, I am concerned about Republicans keeping the U.S. Senate.” He suggested two. Councillors pinpoint their concerns.
Since the vote gap between the two is within 0.5%, Georgia still needs to recount the votes. However, foreign media predict that the recounting of votes is unlikely to change the expected results of the state, because Biden still has a lead of more than 12,000 votes.
5. Nevada: Insufficient observations, machine mischecking signatures
Nevada is currently also a state where Biden has won by a rather narrow advantage. The Trump team has lost two lawsuits locally. The first is to require Clark County to completely stop the counting of mailed ballots until they can guarantee meaningful ballot observation; the second is to accuse Clark County, the state’s most populous county, of “existing election violations” and that machines should not be used to verify ballot signatures. This led to doubts about the legitimacy of more than 3,000 votes.
Regarding the first lawsuit, the district judge dismissed it last week, ruling lack of evidence. But the plaintiff appealed. On November 5, the state Supreme Court stated that the two parties had reached a settlement. In response to the second request, Federal Judge Andrew Gordon dismissed it on the 6th and also ruled that there was no evidence that the ticket-reading machine in Clark County was not working properly.
The Trump campaign also stated that they will ask Wisconsin to recount the votes on the grounds that there are “violations” in several local counties.
At present, in addition to some progress in Pennsylvania, the Trump team’s efforts in various places basically ended in failure. Earlier news said that Trump will expose “vote corruption” on the Fox program on the evening of the 10th. However, as of 2 a.m. local time on the 11th, the Fox News website had no relevant reports, and the homepage of the website still greeted Biden’s news photos.