- The outcome of the US presidential election is still being disputed by the Donald Trump campaign
- A US court has explained why it refused to entertain the appeal filed by the campaign challenging the legitimacy of the poll
- Attempts by Trump's team to use legal battles to overturn election results have not been successful
Efforts by the Trump campaign to change the outcome of the US presidential election suffered another blow in a Federal Appeals Court on Friday, November 27.
According to CNN, the campaign's appeal alleging voting irregularities was denied by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals for lacking evidence.
The three-judge panel that gave the ruling pointed out that the allegations had already been rejected by multiple state judges in Pennsylvania.
The court stated that the Trump campaign saying the US presidential election is unfair does not mean the allegation is true.
One of the judges, Stephanos Bibas said:
"Charges of unfairness are serious. But calling an election unfair does not make it so. Charges require specific allegations and then proof. We have neither here"
The judges noted that the campaign could not prove that any ballot was fraudulent or cast by an illegal voter nor could it show that Trump's votes were treated worse than Biden its votes.
Meanwhile, President Donald Trump has questioned a report which stated that Democratic presidential candidate, Joe Biden, garnered 80 million votes in the US election.
Trump in a tweet on Thursday, November 26, argued that there was no way Biden got such huge number of votes.
He alleged that the report about Biden’s win was an indication that the US election was rigged.
The president and some of his allies have been questioning the legitimacy of the election, saying without evidence that it was fraudulent and seeking to use legal battles to overturn results in key states.
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