The US Supreme Court rejected the application of former President Donald Trump, who argued that the election results in the state of Wisconsin were fraudulent in relation to the presidential election.
The U.S. Supreme Court also failed Trump’s last legal attempt on the November 3, 2020 presidential election results.
The court announced that Trump’s lawyers did not accept the petition of the lawsuit, arguing that the Constitution was violated during the election process in the state of Wisconsin and the election results were registered fraudulently in this context.
Court members did not find the theses of Trump’s lawyers sufficient, arguing that the time allotted for postal votes was illegally extended.
With this decision, all applications Trump has made to the Supreme Court so far have been rejected.
Trump, who previously made his way to the court for states such as Pennsylvania, Arizona and Michigan, could not receive a positive response from his initiatives.
Democrat Joe Biden won the controversial presidential election held on November 3, 2020, Trump advocated manipulation through postal votes and declared that he did not accept the election results.