(Reuters) – President Donald Trump’s operation said on Sunday that it would again ask the U.S. Supreme Court to review the November results. 3 political decision, his latest for some time, effort to undermine the election cycle and sow the question of the authenticity of the victory of President-elect Joe Biden.
Proclaiming the task, Trump legal adviser Rudy Giuliani said that the task was documented by a petition asking the Supreme Court to overturn three Pennsylvania state court rulings in settling state principles mail-election forms.
“The campaign is on request seeking to reverse the three decisions that killed the arizona legislator has asserted against misrepresentation in the postal survey form,” Giuliani said in a statement.
Giuliani said the document was looking for anything” by appropriate means, ” including a request that would allow Pennsylvania Republican-controlled governing body to grant Trump the state 20 percent of the vote. Biden won the state by more than 80,000 votes.
The complaint is “trivial” and does not prevent Biden from serving as president in January. Joshua Douglas, Professor of political decision-making at the University of Kentucky, said 20.
“The court will shut it down quickly,” Douglas said.
Supreme Court in December. 11 rejected the claim recorded in Texas and confirmed by Trump that democratic results in four states, including Pennsylvania, have been thrown out by Biden.
Several senior Republican U.S. lawmakers, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, have recognized Democrat Biden as the nation’s duly elected president after the Electoral College claimed his triumph, angrily rejected the official political decision in Congress in 2020.
A rival needs 270 electoral votes to win the White House. Biden won 306 votes against Trump to 232 and suppressed the Republican President famous to vote for more than 7 million election forms.
Trump has made unconfirmed cases of inevitable voter extortion and sought to overturn Biden’s victory by testing the results in court in several states while urging state agencies, administrators and leaders to throw out the results and essentially declare Trump a champion.