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Donald Trump does not give in: The wave of lawsuits should continue

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The setbacks in court do not prevent Donald Trump from continuing to challenge the US election result. After January 6th there will be more lawsuits.

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Washington DC – The wave of lawsuits from Donald Trump and his legal team after the US election has, to put it bluntly, only achieved moderate success. More than 50 cases have already been lost or withdrawn. Despite numerous setbacks in court, there is Trump for sure, Joe Biden still to be able to beat.

January 6th, when the votes of the electorate will be read out and Congress Joe Biden officially crowned the winner, there will be protests in Washington – in the Capitol and on the streets. Congressmen loyal to the president have announced that they will vote against the count. Outside there are tens of thousands TrumpFans expected. So drama is inevitable for next Wednesday. But for Donald Trump should it be a day like any other. Even after the actually decisive date, it is far from over for him.

For Donald Trump it is far from over. Even after the official announcement of Joe Biden as president, lawsuits will continue.

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Donald Trump does not give up: Further lawsuits against the result of the US election are to follow

Many loyal fans of Donald Trump see January 6th as the last chance to win Joe Biden to be prevented somehow with a huge protest. But according to two initiates, to whom “The Daily Beast” refers, it should US President have announced in his circle, also afterwards in court against the outcome of the US election proceed. “He sees it like this, ‘Why should I let go? How would I benefit from it? ‘”Said one of the sources dealing with Trump about its procedure after the US election should have entertained.

Most recently, the US Supreme Court dismissed a case from Texas against the election results in four states Trump all lost. Also an attempt by Republican MPs to sue Vice President Mike Pence for Donald Trump To make the winner of the election failed. Recounts in swing states such as Wisconsin brought Joe Biden even more voices. Evidence of election fraud in the Democrats no one could submit. That Trump still has an ace up his sleeve with which the result of the US election will be overturned in court is therefore very unlikely.

Donald Trump wants to continue the wave of lawsuits after protests in Washington

Nonetheless, there will be noisy support for on the streets of Washington on January 6th Donald Trump give. Loyal fans even suspect a conspiracy of the republican against her President, as many party colleagues are contesting the US election do not approve and Joe Biden recognize as a rightful winner.

On an online talk show, ex-security advisor Mike Flynn, who was pardoned by Donald Trump in late November, spoke of millions of people who will appear to protest near the Capitol. At the “Million MAGA March” on November 14th in support of Donald Trump Eventually tens of thousands of protesters appeared: inside, in order against supposed ones Election fraud to demonstrate. The so-called “Proud Boys” – a right-wing extremist group that has also announced that it will take place on January 6 – called for a protest, which resulted in violence. What exactly Trump is planning for January 6th is still unclear. He is already expressing his anticipation for the demonstration on Twitter. “Be there,” wrote the US President. “It’s getting wild!” (Lukas Rogalla)

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