The US Supreme Court rejected former President Donald Trump’s appeal in the presidential election that the election results in the state of Wisconsin were fraudulent.
Democrat Joe Biden won the presidential election held on November 3, 2020, Donald Trump defended the manipulation of the elections through postal votes and announced that he did not accept the election results.
Trump had previously made his way to court for states such as Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Michigan, but did not receive a positive response.
The last legal attempt also failed
Defending that the Constitution was violated during the election process in the state of Wisconsin and the election results were registered fraudulently in this context, Trump applied to the court for the state of Wisconsin through his lawyers.
The court members did not find the theses of Trump’s lawyers sufficient and did not accept the petitions, arguing that the time allocated for the postal votes was illegally extended.
With this decision, all applications Trump has made to the Supreme Court so far have been rejected.