Trump’s attorneys want to check counted votes in Michigan

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The US President Donald Trump’s campaign team announces a lawsuit over unlawful voting in the US state of Michigan. The Michigan election results are unlikely to be confirmed until it has been verified that all votes were legitimately cast, it said. During the count, Trump wanted to stop the counting of votes in the state, and a judge dismissed the lawsuit.

In the US state of Arizona not all ballot papers have been evaluated. With 98 percent of the votes counted so far, the data provider Edison Research shrinks, according to Joe Biden’s lead to 49.4 percent from 49.5 percent. Donald Trump is still at 49.0 percent.
According to a survey, the designated US President Joe Biden is recognized as the future President of the USA by almost 80 percent of Americans. A Reuters / Ipsos opinion poll on Tuesday found that 79 percent of voters in the US believe Biden won the November 3rd presidential election. Another 13 percent said the election outcome was still open. Around five percent of respondents said they did not know who won, and three percent assume that incumbent Donald Trump will have a second term.
The refusal of the incumbent US administration to work with the elected President Joe Biden is now also meeting with criticism from the American electoral commission. The Democratic Commissioner Ellen Weintraub demanded that Biden – as usual for a future president – have access to government facilities and information. Every hour of delay makes it more difficult for the future government to tackle complex problems such as the corona pandemic when it officially takes office in January. An elected president and his team usually get quick access to government infrastructure to prepare for the transfer of power. The General Services Administration (GSA) gives permission for this. Given Trump’s stance, GSA boss Emily Murphy has so far refused to sign the necessary documents for the transition process.
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