US President Donald Trump’s election campaign said on Sunday that it would once again ask the Supreme Court to annul the results of the November 3 election, in the latest campaign to nullify the election process and question the legitimacy of President-elect Joe Biden’s victory.
In a statement from the campaign, Trump’s attorney, Rudy Giuliani, said the campaign had asked the Supreme Court to overturn three rulings by the Pennsylvania State Court regarding rules for mail-in voting.
Giuliani said the campaign is seeking to overturn three decisions that stripped Pennsylvania parliament of protections related to mail-in fraud.
Joshua Douglas, professor of election law at the University of Kentucky, said the petition was “worthless” and would not prevent Biden from taking office on Jan.20, adding that the court would close the file quickly.
On December 11, the Supreme Court rejected a Texas state lawsuit backed by Trump to overturn voting results in four states, including Pennsylvania, which Biden won.