As President Trump The legal panel argued before Saturday Wisconsin The Supreme Court should have held hundreds of thousands of votes in the two blue districts, and the presidential re-election attempt suffered another legal loss in the federal district court.
- President Trump’s re-election attempt caused another legal loss in federal district court as President Trump’s legal team argued on Saturday in the Supreme Court of Wisconsin that hundreds of thousands of ballots should be cast in the two blue districts.
- The lawsuit, which was filed before the Supreme Court of Wisconsin, aims to disenfranchise voters in Democratic Milwaukee and Dane districts. It will not challenge votes in districts where the president has won.
U.S. District Judge Brett Ludwig, who appointed President Trump to the bench, dismissed the federal lawsuit, which would have forced the state legislature to declare Trump the winner of the state election college vote over Democrat Joe Biden.
Ludwig said the president’s legal arguments “fail as a matter of law and truth.”
The other case, which was largely aimed at dismissing the ballot in the democratic Milwaukee and Dane districts, was dismissed by the lower court, but was later taken up by the state Supreme Court. It will not challenge votes in districts where the president has won.
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