Trump Staff Drops Most PA Claims
The headquarters of US President Donald Trump has waived most of the claims in the lawsuit, which was aimed at challenging the results of the Pennsylvania presidential election. It is reported by The Washington Post.
As it became known to the newspaper, the claim was filed in a new edition. Trump's team said Republicans were at a disadvantage due to the counting rules in some districts where voters were more Democratic. In particular, it was allowed to correct errors in the bulletins that were sent by mail, the document says.
At the same time, Trump's headquarters rejected claims that election officials violated his constitutional rights, as they allegedly limited the ability of his observers to monitor the vote count. As the newspaper notes, earlier Trump said that it is because of this problem that more than 600 thousand ballots in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh should be invalidated.
Earlier, Donald Trump announced unprecedented violations of the Constitution in the election of the head of state. In particular, according to him, many observers could not be present in the premises for counting ballots, and millions of votes were counted to the Democrats after the completion of the voting.
On November 7, Democratic candidate Joe Biden won 290 with the required 270 electoral votes. Having secured his victory, he declared himself the President-elect of the United States. Trump, in turn, said that the elections are not officially over yet, and the results will be appealed in court. He believes that Biden hastened to call himself the new leader of the country, since the elections are not over yet.