A federal judge is said to have rejected the emergency order on Thursday night issued by Trump’s election campaign in the afternoon to stop counting of votes in Philadelphia that election officials have ignored the ruling. of the court against the election observers.
Philadelphia County’s electoral council “intentionally refuses to allow any poll representative and follower for President Trump and the Republican Party,” Trump’s legal team said, referring to a decision. earlier in the day said more electoral observers could see the votes being counted.
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United States District Judge Paul Diamond, who was appointed by George W. Bush, dismissed the request by saying, “As stated in today’s emergency order hearing, by agreement of the parties, The plaintiff’s proposal was denied without prejudice, “Reuters reported.
Diamond said Trump’s campaign admitted its observers had been allowed to see the vote count but alleged it did not have the same access to Democrats. He urged both sides to come to an agreement and they ultimately decided to choose 60 observers for both sides, according to WHYY-TV in Philadelphia.
“The federal court rejected the Trump campaign proposal,” the Philadelphia City Commissioner said in a statement following the ruling, WPTI-TV in Philadelphia reported. “The municipal electoral commission has agreed to keep the fence for all observers in its current position – at a height of 6 feet and continue to admit observers comply with the law, but no more than 60 per side The president and his campaign representatives perjured throughout the day that their representatives were not allowed in the room, but their attorneys admitted at the hearing, after questions from the court, that they have some representation in the room. “
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