Former President Trump ripped into the latest “failing” New York Times for its “completely misleading” investigation hit-piece on Monday regarding his campaign issuing millions in refunds to donors who claimed they unwittingly signed up to be recurring donors, saying the “dispute rate” was less than 1 percent while adding that Republicans defeated the “cheating Democrats” at their own fundraising game.
President Trump’s campaign team on Sunday filed a long-shot appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court seeking to reverse three decisions that were decided by Pennsylvania’s Democratic-majority Supreme Court that changed the state mail-in ballot laws, claiming there is a “likelihood” these changes were in violation the Constitution and urging the high court to act expeditiously because the presidency “hangs in the balance.”
President Trump on Sunday announced on Twitter that Rudy Giuliani, the former New York City mayor and his personal lawyer leading the campaign’s legal push challenging the election results has tested positive for the coronavirus.
President Trump on Wednesday is planning to join his personal attorney and head of his campaign’s legal team, Rudy Giuliani, and travel to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania to attend a GOP-led state Senate Majority Policy Committee hearing to discuss the recent issues regarding election irregularities.
The Trump campaign on Sunday filed a notice of appeal in Pennsylvania after a federal judge a day before dismissed the legal team attempt to block the Keystone State certification of votes.
After facing many setbacks in court, the Trump campaign legal team is now ramping up its efforts to prevent states in key battleground states from certifying their results of Nov. 3rd, taking a different approach based on “logical conclusion” reached as a result of incidents that took places.