“Sham” Election in Pennsylvania

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Rudy Giuliani has told a hearing in Pennsylvania that the election in their state was “a sham”, alleging “crooks” of having staged an illegitimate vote and worked to block Donald Trump’s victory.

Despite having told a federal judge that theirs was “not a fraud case”, the 76-year-old former mayor of New York introduced a series of Pennsylvania residents to complain about fraud, to cheers and whoops, and the occasional audible sharp intake of breath from the staunchly pro-Trump crowd.

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Dialing into Pa. GOP meeting, President Trump shows no sign of concession

President Donald Trump phoned into a meeting of Pennsylvania Republican lawmakers to say he believes he was “cheated” out of a victory in the 2020 election and the outcome should be turned over.

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Trump’s comments came near the conclusion of a lengthy presentation by his personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, who introduced a series of witnesses – some in person and some over video conference – who shared stories of what they believed were election oddities and irregularities.

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Mark Aronchick, a Philadelphia lawyer who argued the case against Giuliani, said he will wait to hear what the appeals court says before he can declare any sort of victory in the legal battle.

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The Republican lawmakers who hosted Wednesday’s caucus meeting said they were eager to find a way to fix what they considered to be significant problems with the 2020 election. Giuliani urged them to find a way to invalidate the mail-in ballots.

“This election, the numbers don’t add up,” Giuliani said. “Count the honest votes and the winner of this election changes.”

ABC News’ Will Steakin and John Verhovek contributed to this report.

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