For a lot of money, US President Donald Trump can count the votes in the state of Wisconsin again. So far, however, Joe Biden has been able to extend his lead.
A recount of votes in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin’s largest county, did not produce the desired result for Donald Trump. The Trump team invested a total of three million dollars in the recount. But his opponent Joe Biden has benefited from the recount so far. He now has 132 votes more on the account, as reported by the Reuters news agency. A recount is also currently in progress in Dane County. The result should be available this weekend.
Trump also suffered a defeat in Pennsylvania. An appeals court rejected Trump’s lawsuit on Friday as unfounded. “Calling an election unfair doesn’t make the election unfair. Lawsuits require specific allegations and then evidence. Here we have neither, »wrote Judge Stephanos Bibas. “Free and fair elections are the lifeblood of our democracy,” wrote the judge, who was nominated by Trump for his position in Philadelphia at the end of 2017.
A good three weeks after his election defeat, US President Donald Trump has announced that he will withdraw from the White House. Trump said Thursday he would leave the White House as soon as the electorate named Joe Biden president. Biden won the election on November 3rd. However, Trump has not yet admitted his defeat and speaks of fraud and irregularities.
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