- On Thursday, President Trump and his campaign's legal team ramped up their efforts to achieve a drastic shift in the outcome of the Presidential Election, with attorney Rudi Giuliani leading the charge in Michigan.
On Thursday, President Trump and his campaign's legal team ramped up their efforts to achieve a drastic shift in the outcome of the Presidential Election, with attorney Rudi Giuliani leading the charge in Michigan.
President Trump, despite trailing behind President-elect Biden across most major battleground states, has invited Michigan's Republican representatives in an effort to drum up support to cause a potential upset in the swing state.
Contrastingly, the President also reached out to officials in Wayne County who had sought to block the certification of votes from the constituency, despite calls of racism from Detroit's mayor who stated that the majority of votes from the African-American demographic may have been overturned. Biden leads the President in Michigan by over 140,000 votes.
On Thursday, Giuliani and the President's legal team in a press conference from the Republican National Committee headquarters, alleged that the President was the victim of a scheme by Democratic election officials from major cities including Detroit, Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh - which contributed to Biden's narrow victory.
Giuliani stated that "This was not an individual idea of 10 or 12 Democrat bosses. This was a plan. You would have to be a fool not to realize that", despite the fact that the legal team failed to produce any tangible evidence to back their claims.