President Trump He said the judges had rejected legal challenges to the 2020 election results and were not sure if any of his cases would be considered. Supreme Court In his first interview since election day on Sunday.
“We are not allowed to give our evidence. They say you have no position,” Trump saidSunday Morning Futures. “” I want to file a big big beautiful case, talking about this and many other things with a lot of evidence. We have affidavits, we have hundreds of affidavits.
“You mean, like, the American president, I’m not standing? What kind of court system is this?” Trump continued.
Most recently, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court A case was dismissed Saturday night brought Republicans Mike Kelly, R-Pa, and other Republican voters. Attempts to overturn last year’s law created mail-in voting and prevented further action in attesting to Pennsylvania votes.
Judge Ken Starr Said Despite numerous pieces of evidence, the path to presidential success is blurred.
“But now the difficulty is translating those allegations, insights and reports into evidence that can be accepted in court,” Judge Ken Starr told Fox News on Sunday. Rudy [Giuliani] In the Pennsylvania case … In the opinion, this case is not about fraud. Well, at this point we need evidence. “
Trump also said the Supreme Court needs to be prepared to make a big decision.
“It is difficult to get into the Supreme Court,” he said. “I’ve got the best Supreme Court lawyers, lawyers who want to argue when the case gets there.”
The Interview This comes after weeks of legal challenges from the Trump campaign in the war-torn states of Pennsylvania and Georgia over voter fraud.
“We’ve trying to provide evidence, and the judges will not allow us to do that,” Trump said. “We have a lot of evidence. You may have heard an argument last Wednesday in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The incredible witnesses, the highly respected people, are really sad.”
Trump added that he was “ashamed” to accept Republican Georgia Governor Brian Kemp after Kemp. Certified State President Election Favorable results for those elected by the President Joe Biden. Kemp also demanded that the votes be audited.
The 2020 election has not yet been approved by Trump, with Biden announcing cabinet members and planning to take office in January.
“My mind will not change in six months. There has been deception here,” Trump warned. “If Republicans allow this to happen, you will never have another Republican elected in the history of this country, at the Senate or Presidential level.”
President Friday Claimed In order to enter the White House, Biden must prove that the votes he received in the election were not “illegal.”
Trump’s tweet comes after Biden crossed the 80 million vote mark, giving the former vice president a lead of more than 6 million votes. Fox News and other media outlets are predicting that Biden will run for president. Biden does not need to prove he has legally won his votes to take office.
Audrey Conklin, Paul Best and Bry Stimson of Fox News contributed to this report.