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The Trump campaign’s law­suit seek­ing to block the cer­ti­fi­ca­tion of Pennsylvania’s elec­tion was dis­missed with prej­u­dice by a fed­er­al court judge on Saturday.

U.S. Mid­dle Dis­trict of Penn­syl­va­nia Judge Matthew Brann made the deci­sion after days of motions filed on both sides and after hear­ing oral argu­ments on Tues­day from Pres­i­dent Trump’s per­son­al attor­ney, Rudy Giu­liani, who took over the case last week.

In a scathing cri­tique of the legal basis for the case, Brann wrote that Trump’s lawyers “ask this Court to dis­en­fran­chise almost sev­en mil­lion vot­ers” but “this Court has been unable to find any case in which a plain­tiff has sought such a dras­tic rem­e­dy in the con­test of an elec­tion, in terms of the sheer vol­ume of votes asked to be invalidated.”

“One might expect that when seek­ing such a star­tling out­come, a plain­tiff would come for­mi­da­bly armed with com­pelling legal argu­ments and fac­tu­al proof of ram­pant cor­rup­tion, such that this Court would have no option but to regret­tably grant the pro­posed injunc­tive relief despite the impact it would have on such a large group of cit­i­zens,” Brann ruled. “That has not happened.”

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