President Trump has been brushing aside advice from some campaign advisers who are privately urging
Published at : 07 Dec 2020
While aides have advised the president that lawsuits are unlikely to wipe out Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s leads in uncalled states like Pennsylvania, Nevada and Georgia, Trump has seemed uninterested in moving toward a concession, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing several sources speaking on condition of anonymity. Trump remained behind Biden in the electoral count by early Saturday and appeared to have an increasingly small path to reelection as votes continued to be counted. BIDEN TRANSITION TEAM'S WORK UNDERWAY, NOT WAITING FOR WINNER TO BE DECLARED The president made allegations with little evicence of widespread fraud this week and said the election was being stolen from him when mail-in ballots counts began to favor Biden. The campaign’s legal efforts have scored some gains – including an order by Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito that any Pennsylvania ballots postmarked by Election Day but received afterward should be segregated and counted separately – but none ...