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Trump's lawsuit following Michigan elections withdrawn

Giuliani says the Trump team has achieved what it was aiming for — “ending the premature certification of the election.”

The headquarters of US President Donald Trump is withdrawing a lawsuit challenging the results of the counting of votes in the elections in Michigan. This was stated by Trump's lawyer Rudolph Giuliani, reports Reuters on Thursday, November 19.

“This morning we are withdrawing our lawsuit in Michigan, achieving what we were aiming for — ending the early certification [of the results] of the Wayne County election until all residents are satisfied that every legitimate vote has been counted and every illegal vote has not”, — said in a statement.

Giuliani argues that election irregularities in the United States were not isolated cases in individual states, but were part of a centralized plan to falsify voting results.

“When we started our investigation, it quickly became clear that this is not an isolated case of vote-rigging in any one state. This is a scheme that is repeated in a number of states, almost identical to the scheme, the existence of which gives rise to any experienced investigator, the prosecutor would suggest that there was a plan developed in one place to carry out all these different episodes of voting fraud, ” says Giuliani.

He added that the plan allegedly “focused on large cities and especially<...> large cities controlled by Democrats.”

We will remind you that earlier Trump announced “terrible violations” in the elections and threatened with lawsuits. The American leader is confident that there have been falsifications in favor of the Democrats in a number of regions.

It was also reported that in the state of Wisconsin, at Trump's request, the votes will be recounted. Republican Trump has achieved a recount in two districts of Wisconsin, a stronghold of the Democrats. This will cost the election headquarters of the current head of the White House $3 million.

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