President Donald Trump and his hopes to be reelected were stifled as he lost a federal lawsuit this weekend during a rare Saturday session in Wisconsin. Trump wanted the court to name him the winner over Joe Biden, but it did not happen.

Trump’s latest loss came at the hands of United States District Judge Brett Ludwig who dismissed the federal lawsuit, stating that Trump’s arguments were failing “as a matter of law and fact.”

Trump’s attorney during the Wisconsin case was scolded by a liberal justice who claimed his case “smacks of racism” and could cause issues for the hundreds of thousands of voters in the most “diverse counties” according to CBS News. The racism comment is because the area Trump wants the election turned over in his favor has a very diverse population.

The president has lost multiple legal challenges in hopes to name Trump the winner over Biden, but has not been successful in doing so. Trump has also lost at the Supreme Court level after installing three justices himself and having a majority of Conservative judges. The Supreme Court rejected his case with Texas by suggesting that Texas cannot dictate how another state runs their elections.

But President Trump says the fight is not over.

He spoke with “Fox & Friends” and said there are still challenges coming up that might help him win the election. Specifically, he stated,  “No, it’s not over. We keep going and we’re going to continue to go forward. We have numerous local cases.”

The president believes he won big states such as Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin while suggesting that the election was rigged or stolen by Joe Biden.

The Electoral college vote is today and President Trump addressed the time constraint while he was at the Army-Navy football game on the weekend. He was speaking with Brian Kilmeade, as shown in the video below.

“We’re going to speed it up as much as we can, but you can only go so fast… They give us very little time. But we caught them, as you know, as fraudulent, dropping ballots, doing so many things, nobody can even believe it.”


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