Trump legal team sues Wisconsin governor…

On Wednes­day, Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump sued a broad range of Wis­con­sin offi­cials, includ­ing Gov. Tony Evers (D‑Wisc.), for vio­lat­ing the Con­sti­tu­tion by tram­pling state law and priv­i­leg­ing heav­i­ly Demo­c­ra­t­ic areas over Repub­li­can areas. He had filed a sep­a­rate law­suit in the Wis­con­sin Supreme Court on Tues­day. This sec­ond law­suit focus­es on an alleged elec­tion scheme that under­mined the integri­ty of bal­lots by weak­en­ing the chain-of-cus­tody pro­tec­tions man­dat­ed by state law.

“The Unit­ed States Con­sti­tu­tion pre­vents the rules in a Pres­i­den­tial Elec­tion from being changed at the last minute by un-elect­ed bureau­crats and local politi­cians who may have a more nar­row inter­est in the out­come of the elec­tion. We have alleged in our Com­plaint on behalf of the Pres­i­dent that the Wis­con­sin Elec­tions Com­mis­sion and oth­er state and local offi­cials in Wis­con­sin broke the Wis­con­sin Elec­tion Code and ran an uncon­sti­tu­tion­al and unlaw­ful elec­tion,” Bill Bock, lead coun­sel in Trump’s Wis­con­sin law­suit, said in a statement.

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