Giuliani Wants Supreme Court to Decide Election — Needed To Lose Today In Court

Rudy Giu­liani, the attor­ney for Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump, said the cam­paign is pre­pared to lose elec­tion cas­es in an effort to throw the final deci­sion on the pres­i­den­tial race to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Giuliani’s com­ments came dur­ing a Tues­day inter­view on Fox Busi­ness’ “Morn­ings With Maria.”

Pennsylvania’s high­est court reversed a rul­ing that allowed Trump cam­paign observers to get with­in 6 feet of the bal­lot-count­ing process, end­ing a rare Repub­li­can vic­to­ry in their legal quest to cast doubt on the elec­tion result.

The Penn­syl­va­nia Supreme Court ruled Tues­day that the state’s elec­tions code doesn’t spec­i­fy how close poll watch­ers are allowed to get to the can­vass­ing process and that coun­ty elec­tions offi­cials have dis­cre­tion in set­ting the limit.

The rul­ing came as Rudy Giu­liani argued on behalf of the Trump cam­paign in a case with sim­i­lar alle­ga­tions in fed­er­al court in Pennsylvania.

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