Trump’s lawyer accuses voters of cheating in ‘big cities’, says Pennsylvania losses ‘statistics impossible’ – our presidential election

Giuliani went on to claim that Philadelphia has cheated in about every single election in the last 60 years.

Rudy Giuliani, a personal lawyer for US President Donald Trump, on Thursday reiterated his baseless allegations of voter fraud in the “big cities” controlled by Democrats. Giuliani told a news conference that there had been a number of incidents of voter fraud in the presidential election, especially in the big cities with a long history of corruption.

Giuliani said Trump was leading in Pennsylvania with more than 700,000 votes and that it was “statistically impossible” to lose the state after that point. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture and that his confession had been obtained through torture. He claims that Philadelphia has cheated in almost every election in the last 60 years.

Georgia’s election officials expect a run-off report, but Giuliani said the turnout would not be determined. “The recount in Georgia will not tell us anything because these fraudulent votes will be recounted,” Guliani said, without providing any concrete evidence of voter fraud. He argued that Trump would have won if he had won all the votes in the blue constituencies in Wisconsin that voted for Biden.

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Earlier in the day, Trump said a news conference by his lawyers would provide a “very clear and practical way to win.” “Important news conference today by lawyers on a very clear and practical path to victory. The pieces are falling into place very well, “Trump tweeted. The outgoing US president has been reluctant to concede defeat, delaying the transition.

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Meanwhile, President-elect Joe Biden has assembled a transformation team that is responsible for ensuring a smooth transfer of power. The change team will select employees to serve under the Biden-Harris administration, determine policy implementation steps, and develop management agendas for federal agencies. President and Vice President-elect Washington D.C. He will be sworn in as the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

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