Trump is looking for an expedited attraction to the Pennsylvania ruling in opposition to efforts to throw postal poll papers
(Reuters) – President Donald Trump's re-election attorneys said Saturday they are calling for an expedited appeal against a Pennsylvania judge's ruling against their efforts to dump postal ballot papers.
A federal judge earlier Saturday dismissed a lawsuit filed by Trump's campaign attempting to cast millions of mail-in votes in Pennsylvania. This was a major blow to efforts to reverse his November 3 election loss to Democratic President-elect Joe Biden.
In a statement, Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis, senior legal advisor for the Trump 2020 campaign, said they were hoping to bring the case to the third circuit of the U.S. appeals court.
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