President Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani said his legal team split with Sidney Powell because they were "pursuing two different theories" on alleged voter fraud at the November 3 elections.
President Trump continues to lose his legal challenges to the election results.
A case was recently thrown out by a federal judge in Pa. who said it consisted of "strained legal arguments without merit.
To clarify, there are multiple false claims in President Trump’s tweet. Wisconsin allows no-excuse absentee voting. There are “indefinitely confined” voters who do not have to provide a photo ID to get a ballot. But the majority of people who vote absentee provide photo ID.
79% of Trump voters think Biden won because of fraud. The truth, of course, is that he won in spite of voter intimidatiion and voter supression. And 80% of his 50% of voters means 40% of all voters, the same number that always comes down on the Trumpian side. This isn't news.
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