PHILADELPHIA (AP) — As they frantically searched for ways to salvage ’s failed reelection bid, his campaign pursued a dizzying game of legal hopscotch that centered on the biggest prize of all: Pennsylvania.
The strategy may have played well in front of television cameras and on talk radio. But it has proved a , where judges uniformly rejected their claims of vote fraud and found the campaign’s legal work amateurish.
late Saturday, U.S. District Judge Matthew Brann — a Republican and Federalist Society member in central Pennsylvania — compared the campaign’s legal arguments to “Frankenstein’s Monster,” concluding that Trump’s team offered only “speculative accusations,” not proof of rampant corruption.
Now, as the legal doors close on Trump’s