Republican candidate Donald Trump sues filed a lawsuit to stop counting votes in 3 states to the US presidential election. Protesters have taken to the streets of New York to demand count every vote.
Initially, Trump camping demanded a recount of votes in the state of Wisconsin. After that, they filed cases in 3 states.
The Trump administration has filed sues in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Georgia demanding a halt to voting, Reuters reported. They demanded a recount in Wisconsin, but they did not file a sues.
Trump’s election campaign camp first issued a statement demanding a halt to the vote count in Michigan.
Camping Stephen’s manager Bill Stepin said in a statement that under Michigan law, no one in Trump’s campaign camp was allowed to attend the counting of votes.
That is why it was not possible for them to open the ballot papers and observe the counting process.
The Trump camp then filed lawsuits in Pennsylvania and Georgia.
However, according to international media reports the victory of Democrat candidate Joe Biden has already been confirmed in Michigan and Wisconsin among the top four states. In 2016, Trump won in both these states.
According to the New York Times, Biden won Michigan with 2,64,200 votes. His rival Trump got 2,61,760 votes. Michigan’s 16 electoral college votes in this victory.
And in Wisconsin, Biden got 16,30,389 votes. And Trump got 16,09,969 votes. There are 10 electoral college votes.
According to the latest media reports, Biden’s Electoral College has 253 votes. And Trump has received 214 votes so far. Out of a total of 538 electoral votes, 270 votes are required to become president.