Appeals court rejects Trump challenge of Pennsylvania race


Campaign has suffered another legal blow in its attempts to overturn the election results as NPR's Windsor Johnston tells us a federal appeals court in Pennsylvania today tossed out a lawsuit. It was seeking to undo the state certification of President elect Joe Biden's victory. The judge in the case said the lawsuit lacked merit and failed to provide evidence to support its allegations of voter fraud in a tweet. The Trump campaign said it plans to appeal the Pennsylvania case to the U. S Supreme Court. But it's unclear whether the justices would agreed to hear arguments in a case that has been rejected for lack of evidence. Trump would still lose the election. Even with Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes,

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