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Donald Trump just lost another of his election challenges in federal court

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The election has been over for more than a month, but Donald Trump still can’t stop losing the election challenges in court. On Saturday, another judge dismissed his campaign efforts to undermine the will of the people and undo the president’s loss.

In Wisconsin, Trump-appointed US District Judge Brett Ludwig called the case “exceptional” and offered a blistering decision. “This court gave the plaintiff the opportunity to represent his case and he lost in the matter,” said Judge Ludwig. In his reply, the plaintiff calls for the rule of law to be observed. It has been.”

🚨🚨BREAKING: Wisconsin Federal Court dismisses Trump lawsuit with prejudice.

“This court gave the plaintiff an opportunity to represent his case and he lost the case.”

Trump and his allies are now 1-58 in post-election litigation.https: //t.co/LfKb2PUIkq

– Marc E. Elias (@marceelias) December 12, 2020

Since the Trump team’s lawsuit failed in federal court, the Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments in another of its lawsuits attempting to win 221,000 votes in Milwaukee and Dane counties, two heavily democratic areas Trump had lost to delete. The prospect of the president in this suit is already looking bleak. “This lawsuit, Mr. Troupis, smells like racism,” Judge Jill Karofsky told Trump’s attorney Jim Troupis. “I don’t know how you can get to this court and possibly ask for an agent unknown in US history.”

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