Trump quietly agrees that lawsuits in key states are doomed to failure.
The team of incumbent U.S. President Donald Trump plans to close its lawsuits based on the results of the election when the electoral college meets in December.
According to sources, Trump quietly agrees that lawsuits in key states are doomed to failure. In addition, the president’s team encourages his plans to admit defeat and plan for life outside the White House next year.
Members of the electoral college must meet on December 14 to confirm the victory of U.S. Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden, and this date, according to insiders Trump, marks the end of his presidency.
Earlier it was reported that the recount of votes given by voters in the elections will be carried out in two districts of Wisconsin at the request of the headquarters of the American leader.
Prior to that, it was reported that Trump’s headquarters had waived most of the demands of the lawsuit that was aimed at challenging the results of the vote in the State of Pennsylvania. The lawsuit was filed in a new version.