President Trump suffers multiple legal setbacks in three key swing states
President Trump suffers multiple legal setbacks in three key swing states

Washington: The Supreme Court of America has dismissed a case backed by President Donald Trump in Texas seeking to reverse the November 3 presidential election results in the states of Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. According to news agency Xinhua, the Supreme Court wrote in its order on Friday that, "it has been rejected due to lack of strong basis for texas complaint under article 3 of the Constitution. '

According to the court order, "Texas has not judicially demonstrated cognitive interest, the way the state conducts elections in itself. Now, all pending cases are dismissed." This is being seen as a major setback for Trump, who is not willing to give up his Democratic opponent and president-elect who is not in the polls. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has alleged that new voting procedures in 4 major swing states amid the coronavirus epidemic have affected the presidential election results in a biased manner.

Let me tell you that in the presidential elections, Biden has been shown to have won by 306 votes as compared to Trump's 232 electoral votes. To reach the White House, the candidate is required to win 270 electoral votes. Trump is not accepting these results and has filed dozens of cases in the courts to challenge them.

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