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    Donald Trump wants to stop states Joe Biden won from certifying votes, creating chaos

    Donald Trump’s new legal strategy revealed: He wants to stop states Joe Biden won from certifying votes, creating chaos and stopping Electoral College electors being sworn in

    • President Trump tweeted to complain that North Carolina hadn’t completed its count yet, in a state where he leads President-elect Joe Biden
    • He claimed with a recount ‘we will win Georgia,’ where Biden leads him by 14,000 votes
    • He claimed Pennsylvania and Michigan wouldn’t let poll watchers into counting rooms 
    • Trump meets Thursday with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who talked about a ‘smooth transition’ to a second Trump term
    • Joe Biden has named his White House chief of staff and is going ahead with his transition plans 

    President Donald Trump spelled out elements of his multi-state legal strategy to try to pry back President-elect Joe Biden‘s victory as called by the networks, claiming through a recount he would strip Georgia away from the Democrat’s column.

    A recount is going ahead with a hand county-by-county of the state, where Biden leads Trump by 14,000 votes.

    On Wednesday, the state’s top election official, announced the beginning of the ‘audit,’ which came after two Republican Senate candidates called for his resignation, as Trump puts forward a flurry of charges of election fraud without providing evidence.

    President Trump tweeted to complain that North Carolina hadn’t completed its count yet, in a state where he leads President-elect Joe Biden, while saying he ‘will win’ in Georgia after a recount

    Trump tweeted about his strategy after the Associated Press called Alaska for him Wednesday, eight days after Election Day, although he has dismissed media calls in other states, including Arizona, Wisconsin, and Michigan.

    ‘It took long enough! What is taking North Carolina so long? Are they looking for more ballots to fix that one also?’ Trump asked.

    Georgia is a close battleground where Trump leads, with Biden trailing by 73,000 votes there. 

    ‘Now with a recount, we will win Georgia also. Pennsylvania & Michigan wouldn’t let our Poll Watchers & Observers into counting rooms. Illegal!’ Trump claimed.

    Twitter called Trump's claim about election fraud 'disputed'

    Twitter called Trump’s claim about election fraud ‘disputed’

    Election bureau staff Deb McDonald opens provisional ballots at the Schuylkill County Election Bureau in Pottsville, Pa. on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020. Democrat and Republican poll watchers were present. Trump claimed in a tweet that the state 'wouldn't let our Poll Watchers & Observers into counting rooms'

    Election bureau staff Deb McDonald opens provisional ballots at the Schuylkill County Election Bureau in Pottsville, Pa. on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020. Democrat and Republican poll watchers were present. Trump claimed in a tweet that the state ‘wouldn’t let our Poll Watchers & Observers into counting rooms’

    Ballots counters and observers in North Carolina continued counting absentee ballots Monday morning 3 days after the election is called for Biden. Vote counting, Raleigh, USA - 10 Nov 2020

    Ballots counters and observers in North Carolina continued counting absentee ballots Monday morning 3 days after the election is called for Biden. Vote counting, Raleigh, USA – 10 Nov 2020

    Biden already captured the Electoral College, leading Trump 279 to 217, even without Georgia. If Trump were to somehow pry it away through a recount, it would only bring his total to 233.

    Hi comments about Pennsylvania and Michigan suggest that he will try to find a way to throw out the results in the states. That would grab another 36 electoral votes from Biden’s total – depriving him the White House. 

    By snatching back the ‘blue wall’ of Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, Biden carried the states by a total of more than 200,000 votes, far surpassing Trump’s 2016 vote margins in the state.

    Trump fired off the tweet Thursday as he prepared to meet with Vice President Mike Pence, who has backed up his decision to pursue legal remedies after alleging fraud. Trump also meets with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who spoke Tuesday about a ‘smooth transition to a second Trump administration’ when questioned about blocking the transition process to teams readied by President-elect Biden. 

    Twitter called Trump’s claim about election fraud ‘disputed.’ The New York Times called top election officials in every state and found no evidence of large-scale fraud.

    There have been cracks in Trump’s legal strategy. In Michigan, a mailman who signed an affidavit claiming he overheard a conversation about possible election fraud pulled back his statement in an interview with postal IG officials. He said he ‘didn’t hear the whole story, my mind probably added the rest.’ Trump had called the carrier, Richard Hopkins, a ‘patriot’ for launching his claims. 

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