Trump‘s campaign unveils new lawsuit in a bid to disqualify hundreds of thousands of votes in Pennsylvania
but with NO new evidence of fraud – after a chaotic press conference with Kayleigh McEnany
President Donald Trump‘s campaign along with White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany
staged a chaotic press conference Monday where they claimed the election is ‘not over’ and attacked
‘partisan’ election officials but offered no new evidence of the fraud they allege.
The crowded, heated affair was just latest by Trump forces alleging fraud that ended in scraps with the
media – including one in Philadelphia where the first witnesses trotted out by Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani
turned out to be a convicted child sex offender.
The campaign held the event to make its claims while lawyers filed a 105-page, double-spaced lawsuit in Pennsylvania court making its case to throw out more than 600,000 votes.
Plaintiffs were the campaign, former Pennsylvania state Rep. Lawrence Roberts, who is a 78-year old
former cosmetologist, and Lancaster County voter David John Henry.
At Monday’s presser, it was McEnany, who was there on personal time from her job as a taxpayer-funded
employee, as well as Republican National Committee head Ronna McDaniel laying out the allegations, and
taking just a few questions
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany spoke at a chaotic press conference where she accused
Democrats of trying to ‘tip the scales’ of the election. She misstated the name of the county where Philadelphia
is located and didn’t provide evidence of fraud