The headquarters of US President Donald Trump is urgently appealing the decision of the district court in Pennsylvania to reject the claim of the headquarters, which demanded not to take into account the ballots of voters who voted by mail when counting votes in the election.
“Today’s decision helps us in our strategy to reach the US Supreme Court quickly… We will seek a prompt appeal procedure to the US court of appeals for the third circuit,” Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani said in a statement.
“Although we completely disagree with his opinion, we are grateful to the judge appointed by (former President Barack) Obama for quickly making this expected decision and not just trying to stall for time… We hope that the third circuit court of appeals will be as kind as judge Brann in considering our appeal in one way or another as soon as possible. This is another case that seems to be moving quickly to the US Supreme Court,” Giuliani said.
In Pennsylvania, a district court previously dismissed the trump campaign’s lawsuit, denying the possibility of re-filing it, arguing that the Trump team presented “speculative allegations not supported by evidence.”